Scott Campbell
Avalanche Program Supervisor- Scott Campbell
Scott joined the Ski Patrol while serving with the Army in Germany in 1992, and took the Circle A and Circle M courses in the Swiss Alps in the same year. Twenty years and ten patrols later, he splits his time between the Massanutten Ski Patrol near Harrisonburg, VA and the new Valley Forge Nordic Patrol, outside of Philadelphia. Still on active-duty, he is a military research and development officer currently assigned to the Army Test and Evaluation Command, but attached to Fort Belvoir, VA. He officially became an NSP avalanche rescue instructor in 1999, when he completed the Avalanche II course in Utah. However, he has been teaching avalanche topics since 1994 in over 15 courses. Scott has also been an NSP mountain travel & rescue instructor since 2000, when he completed the MTR II course back in the Swiss Alps during his last overseas assignment in Paris, France.

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Toni Cheek
Asst. Blue Ridge Region Director - Toni Cheek
Toni joined the Beech Mountain Ski Patrol in 1991. Having fallen in love with the sport several years earlier, she observed patrollers at many of the Blue Ridge & Dixie Region ski areas, and felt that patrolling was something she wanted to pursue.

In 2005, she completed the NSP Senior requirements and went on to become an Instructor and Evaluator. From 2007 through 2011, Toni was the Blue Ridge Region’s Senior Program Coordinator where she expanded the program and produced many new Senior Patrollers throughout the region.

Toni lives in Kingsport, TN and is married to Dan, who is a Pro Patroller also at Beech Mountain. She has been an Account Executive with FedEx for over 26 years.

As the new Blue Ridge Region’s Assistant Director, she plans to support and encourage continued education and skills growth at all levels throughout the Region. She also wants to develop strong relationships to encourage expanded participation within each patrol.
Brett Henyon
Leadership Development Supervisor & Safety Team - Brett Henyon
Brett has been a member of The Wintergreen Ski Patrol since 1997, is a Certified Patroller and has been involved in local Emergency Services since 1990. Brett was a full-time Flight Paramedic for 13 years prior to becoming the CEO of an international consulting firm focusing on behaviorally job matching leadership and leadership development. Brett is still a flight paramedic with The University of Virginia Pegasus Program, but on a part-time basis and he has most recently taken on the role of Southern Division’s Leadership Program co-chair.

Brett joined the NSP Safety Team in 2010. The National Ski Patrol Safety Team is the leader of the ski industry in education and mountain safety for employee and guests. The Team represents all members of the National Ski Patrol organization, and its mission statement, with the highest level of patroller knowledge, skills, commitment to creativity, and integrity.

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Tom Hughes
Certified Program Supervisor - Tom Hughes
Tom "Huey" Hughes joined the NSP in 1974 as a Junior Patroller at Snow Summit CA. While at the US Military Academy at West Point, Tom was the Cadet Patrol Leader and earned his Senior Alpine Patroller rating in 1978. Tom has been an assistant patrol rep and Patrol Representative at Whitetail Ski resort in Pennsylvania.

Since 1995, Huey has been an active instructor for OEC, S&T, and MTR. He has been a Senior Instructor Trainer for most of his career and truly enjoys teaching. These experiences enabled him to pass the Certified Test in 2006. He holds Certified Number 651 and is stepping in as the Southern Division Certified Program Supervisor.

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Joy Jucker
Women's Program Supervisor - Joy Jucker
Ski patrolling has been a big part of my life for 43 years. I joined the Gatlinburg Ski Resort Volunteer Ski Patrol, as it was known then, in 1969 at the young age of 15. Why did I join? Because I lived in Gatlinburg, had a tremendous love for snow and at 5 foot 3 inches, I was informed that was too short to continue playing varsity women’s basketball. Skiing became my new sports hobby!

Currently, I am a paid patroller for the Cataloochee and Ober Gatlinburg Ski Patrols. I am also an OEC, and Toboggan instructor and Senior Examiner. As a person who always needs a goal, I have passed the Basic test on a snowboard and telemark skis as well.

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Mary Lou Legg
Asst. West Virginia Region Director - Mary Lou Legg
Mary Lou Legg is a professional business manager from Roanoke, VA. She has been with Snowshoe Mountain (WV) Ski Patrol as a part-time professional patroller and staff trainer since 1995.

Mary Lou currently serves as the National Ski Patrol's West Virginia Senior Program Coordinator and the WV Assistant Regional Director. She is also on the board of the Appalachian Center for Wilderness Medicine.

She is an avid rafting guide and trip leader for Class VI River Runners. She also enjoys mountain biking, rock climbing, kayaking and ultimate frisbee.
Randi Lowery
Asst. Dixie Region Director - Randi Lowery
Randi is a medical transcriptionist by trade, having spent time as a paramedic in southern Michigan in the early days of EMS (not quite the horse and buggy era…). Wanting to keep up her skills after moving to NC she joined the NSP in 1994, became an OEC instructor in 1995, and attained senior level in 2009. She patrols at Wolf Ridge and is a former patrol rep. This will be her fourth season as Dixie’s Assistant Region Director.

In 2010, along with two other women patrollers from Dixie, she was accepted to work as an on-hill volunteer ski patroller at the Vancouver Olympics at Whistler’s alpine venue for the downhill and slalom events, but turned it down in favor of the shorter time commitment at the Paralympics (same venue), which then earned an invitation to the World Cup downhill event at Lake Louise in 2011.

About three years ago, she joined the Buncombe County Rescue Squad, now has a SARTECH II level certification from NASAR (National Association for Search And Rescue), and is currently working toward instructor level. She has taken the WASAR and Advanced WASAR (Winter Alpine Search And Rescue) courses from NCDPS, and has her Mountain Travel and Rescue 1.

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Meggan Robbins
Asst. Virginia Region Director - Meggan Monaghan Robbins
Meggan comes from a ski patrolling family. She first joined the ski patrol as a high school student in 1999, but some might say she has been involved since her mother, Judi Kay-Monaghan and father Mike Monaghan, joined ski patrol while living in Germany in the mid 1980s. Her younger brother, Corey , has also since joined the organization making for lots of family time on the slopes.

Since becoming involved with the ski patrol, Meggan has become an OEC instructor, a Senior patroller and served multiple years as the Instructor of Record for her local patrol's annual refresher. She also revamped Wintergreen's Youth Patrol program which allows youth ages 10-14 to become introduced to patrolling at an elementary level preparing them to join the OEC class at the age of 15.

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Bill Smith
Elections Coordinator - Bill Smith
Bill Smith began his patrolling career with the Homestead Ski Patrol in 1991. He is currently a patroller with Wintergreen Ski Patrol in Virginia. He spent his career in the fire/rescue service and currently ghost writes, edits and publishes a quarterly magazine, Commonwealth Chief, for the Virginia Fire Chiefs Association. Bill has served in a number of leadership positions at the national, division and regional levels and has taught and written extensively about organizational change, leadership and training. Most recently he served as the IOR for the 2012 Wintergreen OEC Challenge Course.

His immediate goals include educating division patrollers of the upcoming (2013) election for Division Director, and encouraging them to reach out to their respective PR’s to have their voice heard in that election.
Milton Triplett
Alumni Supervisor - Milton Triplett
In 1979 Milton Triplett joined the National Ski Patrol as an EMT and Red Cross first aid instructor. During the next 18 years he patrolled with the Southern Division Ober Gatlinburg alpine and Great Smoky Mountain Nordic patrols. He served as Southern Division Mountaineering and Nordic advisor (three separate years each). He helped update the 1984 Nordic Manual and 1995 Mountaineering Manual. In 2005 Milton went inactive as a patroller due to excessive business travel and became the Southern Division Alumni Advisor in 2013. He was a basic patroller who tried but never could ski well enough to qualify as a Senior. He frequently taught OEC classes, including the first Red Cross first aid class to Scott Marland, National Chair, NSP.

Milton is 80 years old and still regularly skis. But he says you wouldn’t want to ride in his toboggan. He hikes the Appalachian mountain trails photographing nature, posting his images on a personal web page and writing an occasional magazine or newspaper article.

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