A native Santa Fean, Camille joined the ASPNM staff in 2015 to oversee the program’s many fundraising activities. A longtime admirer of the program, Camille enjoys sharing the program’s mission and impact with as many people as possible. She brings nearly 10 years of nonprofit development experience to ASP and is also a licensed attorney. Camille participates in a myriad of outdoor activities, including skiing, golfing, cycling, hiking, tennis, climbing, and swimming!
Jason joined the Adaptive Sports Program in 2010 as a volunteer instructor. He comes to us with a background in Graphic Design and Web Development and was introduced to ASPNM through his former employer John King by helping with a bi-ski lesson. "I was hooked", says Jason. Jason teaches primarily bi-ski lessons now but enjoys all forms of adaptive lessons both on and off the snow. The lake events are also some of his favorite adaptive fun!
Doug joined the Adaptive Sports Program in 2011 as a volunteer instructor. He worked as an electrical engineer for 13 years before making a shift to focus on outdoor and physical education. Doug’s background includes teaching skiing, snowboarding, and rock climbing, and working as a rafting/kayaking guide. In addition to being a snowboard instructor with ASPNM, Doug lends his expertise as a raft guide and rock climbing instructor during the ASP summer season. As Sandia Peak Mountain Coordinator, Doug ensures that Sandia Peak students and volunteers have the support they need. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stuart has lived and skied in Santa Fe since 1990, and began teaching adaptive in 1993. Volunteering with ASPNM helped Stu realize his love of teaching, and helped him decide to become a classroom teacher. Stu loves the way skiing lends itself so well to all types of people and abilities. He believes there is no better or more enjoyable way to spend time in the mountains with great people! As Mountain Coordinator, you will see Stu teaching students, and making sure all the weekend lessons at Ski Santa Fe run smoothly for the students and volunteers.
"Our Mission is to enhance the lives of children
and adults with disabilities through recreation."
Our program is made possible each season
by our primary sponsors, Sandia Peak & Ski Santa Fe.