Christina Petritz MacInnes '69
Chris Petritz MacInnes was one of the outstanding slalom and giant slalom skiers of the 1960s for the St. Lawrence women's ski team and also played tennis and was a member of the Outing Club.
She was captain of the women's ski team as a senior and had several top five finishes including a silver medal in the Middlebury Carnival. While she spent her junior year studying abroad, she was consistently among the St. Lawrence leaders in both slalom and giant slalom as a freshman and sophomore.
A German major who spent her junior year in Vienna, her love for skiing turned into a career as she has been president of Crystal Properties, Inc. which operates the award-winning Crystal Mountain Ski Resort in Michigan. She has also served as chairperson of the Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital, chair of the Michigan State Chamber of Commerce and Traverse Area Chamber of Commerce and is a commissioner of the Michigan Travel Commission. She also is President of the Benzie County Economic Development Corporation, Director and a member of the Executive Committee of Munson Healthcare, Inc., and is a member of the Governor's Council of Economic Advisors and the Governor's Land use Leadership Council. She has received the Athena Award for business leadership and has been named a Paul Harris Fellow by Rotary International.