Amy Dorsey grew up in Denver, Colorado. She is a graduate of Columbia University in New York City. She is married and her husband, Connie has been in the hotel business for over 40 years. Because of his career field and job transfers, they have lived throughout the United States; in both cities and resorts, which include Los Angeles, Texas and New York City. As a result of her husband's love of the Colorado Mountains, and her home state connection, they continued to return to the Vail Valley.
Amy began her real estate career in Vail, working for a developer. She has worked in both residential and commercial real estate. She established her residential real estate career in New York City in 1990. The Dorseys returned to Vail in 1993 and Amy began selling real estate for Vail Associates Real Estate. In 1994, Vail Associates Real Estate and Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate merged. She has been a member of the firm since that time.
Amy is a Broker in Slifer Smith & Frampton's Park Hyatt Office. She previously was the Branch Broker for the Park Hyatt Office from 2004 through 2013. In April, 2012, she was appointed to the Colorado Real Estate Commission as a Commissioner by Governor Hickenlooper. Additionally, Amy was the 2008/2009 President for the Colorado Association of REALTORS, a Past President of the Vail Board of REALTORS, and was the 2006 Mountain District Vice President of the Colorado Association of REALTORS. In 2001 she received the Vail Board of REALTORS most prestigious award, REALTOR of the Year, and in 2006 and 2009 she received the Distinguished Service Award from the Colorado Association of REALTORS. In October, 2013, Amy was chosen as the Colorado Association of REALTORS, 2013 REALTOR of The Year. She is a member of the RPAC & CAR Hall of Fames. She has the real estate designations of CIPS, MRE, GRI, CRS and RSPS. She is also a founding member of the CG Club of Columbia.
Amy lives in Cordillera Valley Club with her husband Connie, and the family dogs, Rodie, Henry James, and Oscar.
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