Sky High Owner Elected to IATP board

October 17, 2018

PORTLAND, Ore.Oct. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Elizabeth Kramer, owner of Sky High Sports Network and the Envista Group, has been named to the Board of the International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) effective immediately.

Kramer will be instrumental in the implementation of a planned 2019 consumer awareness campaign, Let’s Get Jumping, to provide education and resources to parents, educators and jumpers that will enable a better understanding of how to prepare to safely jump at a trampoline park.

Kramer is a welcome addition to the growing international trampoline parks board, bringing her business acumen and leadership in the fitness and active family entertainment industry. The Sky High Sports Network has 12 trampoline parks across the country that host nearly 1.4 million jumpers per year as the demand for family fun is on the rise. Several thousand employees are now working for the member companies, including more than 120 team members in the Portland region.

The IATP Board oversees the global trampoline park industry that is comprised of 1,200 centers that provide jobs and countless opportunities for many communities to join these fun fitness activities as they move the industry forward.

Industry leaders selected Elizabeth Kramer for board service as an acknowledgment of her extensive operations experience in large, multi-unit businesses. Formerly a founding manager of Enterprise-Rent-A-Car in London, Kramer later served as regional vice president of KinderCare Learning Centers with responsibility for over 200 licensed early childhood education centers and 2,000 employees.  Kramer then joined Insight Schools as chief operating officer and grew that business from a start-up to ten locations with over $50 million in revenue before founding Envista Group in 2012. This private equity firm has acquired four businesses—including Sky High Sports Network–and sold one in the past five years.

Kramer and her husband Keith Oelrich, chief executive officer of Portland-based, are long-time Pacific Northwest residents with roots in Oregon and Washington.  Their three children attended Portland-area public schools where Kramer has been active in the education community and on the board of directors of Cascade AIDS Project.

SOURCE Sky High Sports Network

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