About Us

 

 

The Snowbasin Sports Education Foundation is a community supported non-profit dedicated to promoting the sport of skiing. Currently, we have programs for alpine racing and all mountain skiing. 

Contact

PHONE: 801.396-5507

SSEF

PO BOX 150131

OGDEN, UT 84415

Executive Director

GORDON PERRY

gordon@snowbasinskiteam.org 

435.714.3692 (TEXT FOR QUICKEST RESPONSE)

 

Board of Directors

Jeff Barber (Board President)

Troy Callantine(Vice President)

Darcie Costello (Treasurer)

Colleen O’Donnell (Secretary)

Chuck D’Hulst

Brandi Hammond

Cass Morgan

Derek Taylor

Rich Dressen

Andrew Barfield - Non Voting/ Snowbasin

Jan Larsen - Non-Voting / Banff Film Festival


 

Mission Statement

To create an environment and pathways for the youth of Weber County and its surrounding areas to be able to reach their individual potential as athletes, students, and contributing members of the greater community through winter sports participation.

 

Core Values

Commitment

One's commitment to working hard, setting goals, improving ourselves, aspiring for excellence on and off the hill, in dryland, and in school, all contribute to one's level of commitment.  Everyone's level of commitment contributes to his or her level of success.

Team Work

Teamwork is the bases from which we can build a support system that will help everyone achieve success.  The success of individuals within the Team leads to the success of Foundation, the support that we can offer to one another, in striving to succeed, leads to more individual success and Team success.

Citizenship

Citizenship is a direct reflection of our individual character and the character of all of us shows the character of the Program.  Individuals within the team should show respect to others, know that they are representing themselves and the Program, and not feel that they are entitled to special treatment without justification.

Discipline

Individuals within the Program need to have a high level of Discipline to work at and achieve their goals, to know the difference between right and wrong, and to accept the consequences of mistakes.