Pam has a diverse background. She owned a successful catering business in the Berkshires for 11 years and organized many events and fundraisers. She has actively volunteered for her alma mater, Phillips Exeter Academy, for 12 years with responsibilities for fundraising, reunion planning, and public speaking. As an Alpine Examiner since 1997, Pam is a leader in the ski industry and in the Professional Ski Instructors of America-East (PSIA-e). Pam has also been a staff trainer for the Mount Snow Ski and Snowboard school from 1998 – 2006 and again since 2016. Pam holds certifications as a registered 200 hr Yoga Instructor, American Canoe Association (ACA) Level 2 Coastal Kayak Instructor with an Adaptive Kayak Endorsement. She has been a Special Olympics Ski Coach and Trainer since 2008 and a Blaze Sports Certified Disability Sports Specialist Level 2 since 2014. Pam lives in Wilmington, VT with her husband, Rob Lawrence, former ASMS Board Member, and their two dogs.
Tera Adams joins ASMS with a background in adaptive and therapeutic recreation since 2005. She earned her BS and MS degrees from the University of Utah in Parks, Recreation and Tourism, the latter degree with an emphasis in Recreation Therapy. She worked for the National Ability Center in Park City, Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, All Seasons Adventures in Park City and Vail Family Resorts, Park City-Canyons. Tera enjoys mountain biking, rafting, and snowboarding. In addition to being on the PSIA-E Adaptive Education staff, Tera is PSIA certified in Alpine Level I, Adaptive Level II, and Child Specialist Level II and is AASI certified Snowboard Level II and Adaptive Snowboard Level II. She is also a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist.
Winter Program Coordinator
Ashley came to ASMS in 2021 to join our team as the Winter Program Coordinator. She is originally from New Hampshire, but has taken a liking to Vermont and Mount Snow over the past six years. You may recognize her from working in various restaurants and snowboard/ski shops in the Mount Snow area, or helping out with the ASMS Backside Night Fundraisers. She earned a BS in Health Science with a focus on Exercise Science from Franklin Pierce University in 2016, and recently just graduated from River Valley Community College with a degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Self-identifying as a boardsporter, she loves boards of all kinds, and has one for every season. She has been wakeboarding for 13 years, has been a wakeboard coach since 2014, has been snowboarding for 7 years, and skateboarding for 5 years. Despite being a boarder, Ashley became a PSIA Adaptive Certified Ski Instructor during her first winter with ASMS. When Ashley is not on a board, she likes to spend her free time in the woods or at the lake with her dogs Sailor and Sadie.
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