Board of Directors

Sarah Carley
Brentwood, NH

USTSA Experience:
President 2018 -present
Team member 2012 to present


2017 – Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology-Archaeology and Computer Science, Connecticut College

Work Experience:

Marketing Associate at Acorio LLC in Boston, MA

Other Racing and Ski Industry Experience:

I raced Alpine from the age of four at Waterville Valley (NH), where I converted to Telemark skiing at ten, and soon after began racing. With USTSA since 2012, I has raced for both the National and World Cup teams and competed at four World Cups, with several top ten finishes.

Devon Wright
Amherst, NH

USTSA Experience:
President 2018 -present
Team member 2011 to present

Work Experience:
COO at Compressor Energy Services of Merrimack, NH

Other Racing and Ski Industry Experience:
I grew up club ski racing at Waterville Valley and discovered Telemark a spring day in 2004 and quickly fell in love with the feeling of the tele turn! I have been on the team for the last 7 years while living on both the east and west coasts. I spent time working at Alta and for DPS skis in Utah.

Keith Rodney
Vice President
Wilmington, VT

USTSA Experience:
Vice President 2013- present
Joined the Regional Team in 2012-2013 Season

Work Experience:

Owner and operater on Sheerness Wood Works.  A custom and hand made cabinet and furniture business out of Wilmington, VT.

Other Race and Ski Industry Experience:

Raced Alpine in collage while in central Vermont.  During collage started teaching skiing at Mount Snow, VT in 1990.  Moved to Crested Butte, CO and taught from 1994-1998.  Moved back to Mount Snow, VT  in 1998-present to teach and live.  Currently an Alpine level 2 coach.  Through PSIA became certified in Alpine in 1990, Snowboarding in 1998, Telemark in 2001, X-country in 2012.  Moved to the PSIA-E Educational Staff for alpine 1999-2008,  Joined the PSIA-E Educational Staff in 2009-present.

Jeffrey Gay
Steamboat Springs, CO


USTSA Experience:
Secretary: 2017 -present
Team member: 2008 to present

2016 – Bachelors of Science in Engineer (Honors): University of Colorado – Boulder

Work Experience:
Associate Product Engineer at Boat Technology Inc.

Other Racing and Ski Industry Experience:
Jeffrey raced Alpine from the age of three until the age of 21 with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club and the University of Colorado Club Ski team.  He began Telemarking when he was thirteen and joined the USTSA Development team at the age of fifteen. Since then, Jeffrey has competed in many regional, national, and world cup races with varying results including placing third in Junior World Championships and winning National Championships twice.

Wioleta Fedeczko
Provo, UT

USTSA Experience:
Treasurer 2018 -present

2010 – Ph.D. in English (Rhetoric and Composition) from Miami University, Ohio
2004 – M.S. in Technical and Professional Communication from Towson University, Maryland
2001 – B.A. in English from University of Idaho

Work Experience:
Professor of English and Writing Studies, Utah Valley University, Orem, UT

Other Racing and Ski Industry Experience:
When I moved to Utah in July of 2011, my colleagues said to me, “You’re going to have to learn to ski.” I bought an unlimited ski pass to Sundance Ski Resort that October—never having been on skis in my life. My first Alpine ski lesson that December consisted of a friend taking me to the top of the mountain and giving me the line from Better Off Dead: “You go down. If something gets in your way, turn.” I’ve since picked up skate skiing and tele, racing my first amateur tele race on my fifth day in tele gear: I crashed, but in hearing the cheers from the other tele racers, I managed to hike around the gate, which I broke with my shin, and finished the race.



Nathan Fogell
Events Director 
Alton Bay, NH


2011: Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training: University of Southern Maine

Work Experience: 
Head Athletic Trainer Pembroke Academy for Professional Physical Therapy Services
Bike Mechanic at Highland Mountain Bike Park

Other Racing and Ski Indistry Experience:
Started Telemark skiing in 2011, and did my first race that winter. Joined the U.S. Telemark Development Team in 2013, and the National Team in 2016. Competed in my first World Cup in 2018.

J.T. Robinson
Director of FreeskiingJT Headshot 2016
Ogden, UT

USTSA Experience:
Events Director – Freeride, August 2016 – Present


Bachelors Degree of Finance, Weber State University

Work Experience:

Professional Telemark Skier 2005-2013

Project Manager; Freeheel Life Industries 2013-Present

Co-founder; Vertical Integration 2006-Present

Other Ski and Competition Experience:

A nearly decade long pro career competing in Big Mountain Telemark Freeskiing and appearances in many movies, television shows, and magazines from content creation work in the backcountry as an athlete, writer, and utility photographer.

An AIRRE Avalanche Level II, and Wildnerness First Responder certified project guide for myriad of content projects for Telemark Skier Magazine among other freelance ski industry content work and backcountry tour hosting services.

A Big Mountain Telemark Freeskiing competition judge at the Grand Targhee Telemark Freeskiing Championships 2013-2016.

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Director of Freeski Judging and Officiating
Mammoth Lakes, CA

USTSA Experience:
Director of Freeski Judging and Officiating, September 2016 – Present


Bachelor’s Degree from UC Davis in Nature & Culture with a Minor in GIS

Work Experience:

Director of Information Technology for Mono County and Town of Mammoth Lakes, CA
President, Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center

Professional Ski Experience:

Head Judge and Competition Organizer, 2004 – Present
Served as Head Judge and Competition Director for Big Mountain Telemark ski events throughout the United States

President, Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center, 2006 – Present
Helped establish the Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center which provides avalanche advisories and education to help backcountry skiers and riders make informed decisions while traveling in avalanche terrain.

Co-Author: Backcountry Skiing California’s Eastern Sierra, Winter 2014
Wolverine Publishing:  Authored the first full-color comprehensive guidebook for backcountry skiing in the Eastern Sierra Nevada, CA

Contributing Gear Editor, Winter 2014
Assisted with the first side-by-side All Mountain ski review for Outdoor Gear Labs

Instructor – National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), 2000 – 2003
Led 30-day backcountry rock and alpine climbing courses and taught students about mountain skills and living.

Other Ski  Experience:Former Big Mountain Telemark competitor

Featured in numerous published photos, magazine articles and videos.

Ken Gay
USTSA’s Representative on the FIS Telemark Committee

Steamboat Springs, CO

USTSA Experience:
USTSA Events Director 2012-2016
USTSA Treasurer 2009 – 2012

Certified FIS level Telemark Technical Delegate
Chief of Race Steamboat Telemark World Cup 2010
Chief of Race Steamboat National Championships 2009, 2011
Over 5 year’s involvement with USTSA as a volunteer official and race organizer
Worked with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club on 3 National Championships
Race Organizer for the 2015 World Championships and Junior World Championships

Work Experience:

Vice President of Technology for Grand Heritage Hotels

Other Racing and Ski Industry Experience:

Over 15 years involvement with USSA as a volunteer official with current certifications in all categories with the exception of Data Management (DM) and Race Administrator (RA)
One of three Technical Delegates working for Colorado High School Ski Association (CHSSA)
Instructor for Rocky Mountain Ski Race Officials (RMSRO)

Current USSA Certifications:

Technical Delegate
Chief of Race
Chief of Course
Timing & Calculations
Jury Advisor
Competition Official


See who was on the USTSA Board of Directors from incorporation in 1993 through present.