Last week we recorded this episode of Last Call while I was on an evening splitboard skin up Beaver Creek to enjoy some fresh snow. Tune in to hear George and I chat about splitboarding, equipment, and uphill access at resorts.
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Tune in for this episode with George Thomas, Stacey Gerrish, and me on making the most of teaching and training during lean snow seasons. Maybe we can even provide better training opportunities when the powder days are few and far between?
Little behind on posting the podcasts we did live from Fall Conference. This one is with my snowboard teammate Nick Alfieri, alpine teammate Jon Ballou, and Beaver Creek counterpart Stacey Gerrish and is all about learning from failure. Check it out!
Get ready for your upcoming winter! Dust out the cobwebs, set your goals, and prep for your teaching season with the “back-to-school” tips in our latest episode of First Chair, Last Call.
PSIA-AASI just dropped another edition of our First Chair, Last Call podcast. This one ties into PSIA-AASI’s new vision statement “Adventures in Education,” and is about following your passion, pathways to a career in the industry, and a little of my journey through the industry. Read more “First Chair, Last Call: Passion, Career Paths, and Adventures in Education”
Checking in from the top of Vail Mountain with a conditions update for the President’s Day weekend!
Can you tell the members a little bit about yourself?
I was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska, where long winters make for a natural introduction to snowsports. My parents say I learned to ski before learning to walk. After graduating from high school, two buddies and I bought an RV and spent three months riding at more than 30 ski areas in Canada, Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, and Colorado. That trip launched me into a career in snowsports, first in journalism, then in snowboard education. I live in EagleVail, and manage ski and snowboard school training at Vail Mountain.