From the moment I learned how to walk, my parents had me on skis. Growing up I raced on the east coast, traveling to Upstate NY, NH, and VT. Once I got into highschool my love for racing started to fade as I was introduced to the park. Skiing in the park gave me a freedom like no other.
This new found passion lead me to go west. In my undergrad, I competed on the Freeskiing team at the Univerity of Colorado at Boulder. We competed all over the country in USASA and USCSA. My freshman year at CU was when I won my first competition and recieved the award Most Improved Female CU Freeskiing 2019. At USCSA park nationals 2019 in Jackson Hole WY, we scored 2nd place for Women's overall and I came in 6th place individually. The following year, we placed 2nd team overall in Whiteface, NY and I came in 2nd place individually.
Coming into the 2020 season, I was ranked 14th in the nation in USASA. This same year I was elected captain of the CU Freeskiing park team. As Captain, I took charge of organizing team recruitment, competition planning, fund allocation, budgeting and fundraising, practices, sponsorships and much more.
After gradutating, my passion continues to grow. I am excited to use my ski industry skills and experience professionally.