Larry Geller has been an adaptive sports volunteer since 1990 at Mount Snow and holds a PSIA Adaptive certification. He was a member of the AbilityPLUS board of directors for 9 years. Larry’s passion for Adaptive Sports was fostered by being the parent of a person with a disability. Watching his son grow and overcome the obstacles that face many people with disabilities amplified his passion to work towards breaking down those barriers for all people with disabilities. Larry’s wife Nancy is a retired educator, and a Supervisor at the BART Adaptive Center at Bromley Mountain. Larry and Nancy have two sons and two grandsons. Josh, is a Principal Software Engineer at EBSCO in Ipswich, MA. Jake, is from Tempe, Arizona and is the founding coordinator of the National Center for Disability & Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University in Tempe, and is the Head Coach of the ASU Sailing Club. A native of Bronx, NY, and graduate of American International College, Larry relocated to New England in the 1970’s. He is currently retired after 45 years as a Manufacturer’s Representative. He formed and ran Ocean State Sales, LLC, a manufacturer’s representative company headquartered in Narragansett RI. Larry’s favorite activities include skiing, soccer, kayaking, and scuba. He resides with his wife Nancy in Narragansett, RI in the off-season and in Stratton VT, in-season.