Not to detract from @rockyrunner99 's original intentions, but you don't necessarily need to start off with someone who is a skier, it seems a little bit limiting to me. When I met my SO almost 5 years ago, he had moved here from CO, was a dedicated skier who's been skiing longer than I've been alive, and I didn't even know skis from poles. What brought us together is our love of the outdoors and the mountains. I started learning to ski the first winter we were together, and it was something that just clicked for me. Skiing has become a big part of our relationship - something we do together. Of course, it was difficult for him at the beginning because I was such a newb, but he tells me (if I am to believe him :) that it wasn't super hard for him to spend all the time on blues and greens with me because it was something we experienced together. Although he did tell me a few weeks ago that he's so happy now that we can go almost anywhere on the mountain together.
Anyway, I just wanted to say that maybe it's not just about finding another skier - but someone who has similar passions to your own. For us it was about being outside, disconnecting from our work and learning from each other through things like skiing, but also backpacking, hiking... So, yeah, go check out your local ski club, but don't limit yourself to that either :)