DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMING
Thea is originally from Minnesota where the 4 seasons are: almost winter, winter, still winter, and construction. She learned how to ski at the ripe age of 2 and spent most of her early days lapping the high speed tow rope on Buck Hill. After moving to BC to attend university, Thea discovered big mountain skiing and quickly fell in love - she swapped out her race skis for pow sticks and her hardtail for full suspension and has never looked back. Thea now works as a patroller on Blackcomb and sits on the Mountain Mentors board as Co-Founder and Director of Programming. She is happiest when she is in motion and learning new skills whether it is out exploring new trails or cooking a tasty meal.
Thea can be reached at email@example.com
social media coordinator
Anitra spent her formative years in the Caribou and on the Sunshine Coast. As a winter-fanatic, her dreams are filled with pow and alpine glow. The only thing that gets her more jazzed than recreating in the outdoors is protecting it. Anitra dedicates her time as the Operations & Policy Manager at Clean Energy BC, helping sustain BC’s renewable energy industry and enabling the switch off fossil fuels. She enjoys using her creative eye to support the growth of Mountain Mentors’ online community.
Director of community & Partnerships
Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Brett grew up nordic ski racing on Mount Washington. After moving to the mainland 10 years ago, she fell in love with backcountry skiing, and has been spending her weekends in the wilderness ever since.
Her perfect day of touring would involve an alpine start, a group of gal pals, some type-2 fun, and obligatory post-summit parking lot bevvies. As a recent MBA graduate with a background in nonprofit fund development, Brett is passionate about using social entrepreneurship to grow the community of female leaders in BC and beyond. She currently sits on the Mountain Mentors board as Co-Founder and Director of Community & Partnerships.
Brett can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Devoted to the British Columbia lifestyle, Rosie grew up scuffing knees, bashing elbows, and working on turning pizza’s into french fries. Like a band-aid, her love for the outdoors has stuck to her from Vancouver Island, to Northern B.C., and now to the Coast. Rosie is currently completing a Bachelors of Science at Simon Fraser University, but you are just as likely to see her out for a run, trying to jump her mountain bike off things, jamming hands in cracks, or delighting at the way the forest looks in the winter.
Rosie has been part of the Mountain Mentors community since its first year as a mentor in both backcountry skiing and rock climbing.
Rosie is deeply passionate about her time in the mountains, and there is nothing she enjoys more than being there with the people she loves.