Tell us about yourself.
Raised in Putney, Vermont I began skiing at a young age. Unfortunately, an ACL tear took me from the sport early. Never-the-less my love for mountains and outdoors remained. My athletic interests continued in swimming and cycling for many years until I returned to the hill, this time on a snowboard. After attending college for elementary art education in both NY and Arizona, I missed the green mountains and returned home. I began working at Bromley for the ski school and moved over to the BOC in 2002 as the office administrator, and have been at the club ever since. I currently live in Saxtons River with my husband Dan and my 6 year old son, Ollie.
Why do you choose to work at the BOC?
The BOC represents so many things to me it’s hard to say. Passion, persistence, hard work, fun, friendship & family are a few words that come to mind. I have met so many wonderful parents, athletes, JISP students, coaches & friends through working at the club. Those relationships, the work and play we embrace, the feeling of community, camaraderie & warmth are what keep me coming back year after year.
What do you do in the summer months?
I own a gardening business so I get my hands dirty & talk to the flowers. I spend time with my family and go to the beach as often as possible! Hiking, camping, reading, and cooking are some of my favorite pastimes as well.
What is your favorite trail at Bromley?
I would say it is a toss up between Pushover or Cork/Peril. Then again, Lower East Meadow or any trail with my son can’t be beat. 🙂