Eileen Carey Named Vice President of Maine Winter Sports Center

FasterSkierDecember 1, 2008

Caribou, Maine — The Maine Winter Sports Center (MWSC) announced today that Eileen Carey has been named Vice President.

“Eileen was given a lot of responsibility when John Farra left to take over the US Ski Team in March,” said Andy Shepard, President of the Maine Winter Sports Center. “She has done an extraordinary job leading the MWSC staff over the past eight months and in the process has gained the respect of the staff, the board and the people of Maine.”

Carey’s responsibilities include; helping develop the strategic direction of the Maine Winter Sports Center, the execution of that strategy as the leader of the staff, and liaison with the 10th Mountain and Nordic Heritage Center steering committees. She will also continue with her many coaching responsibilities.

“Eileen has distinguished herself in every chapter of her young life; as a four-time Maine ski champion at Leavitt High School, as a captain and academic All-American on her Dartmouth College Ski Team and as a teacher at the Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale, Colorado,” says Brian Hamel, Chairman of the MWSC Board. “Now she is bringing that same commitment to excellence to the MWSC.”


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