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Media Contact: Candace Horgan, NSP Communications Manager
303-988-1111 ext. 2625
chorgan@nsp.org

Check back frequently to read the latest press coverage of the National Ski Patrol.

2019

January

The Spokesman-Review covers Andrew Porter, who was named NSP National Outstanding Alpine Patroller.
Mount Spokane ski patroller wins national Outstanding Alpine Patroller award

Coverage from Vermont TV and news about Smugglers’ Notch Ski Patrol being named NSP National Outstanding Small Alpine Patrol
Smugglers’ Notch Ski Patrol wins national award

2018

April

Executive Director Meegan Moszynski was interviewed by Forbes in an article about women becoming leaders in the ski industry.
Women are finally crushing the glass ceiling of the ski industry

January

NSP and Subaru partner to create Avalanche Dog Training School Scholarship Fund
Subaru Press Release

NSP Executive Director Meegan Moszynski was interviewed by Ski Diva about her work with the organization.
A chat with Meegan Moszynski, first female director of the National Ski Patrol

2017

November
American Legion Magazine wrote an article on the work of the ski patrol at Mount Hood, and focused on former members of the U.S. armed forces who work ski patrol.
Ski Patrol

September
NSP Executive Director Meegan Moszynski was interviewed by Unofficial Networks to discuss the ongoing efforts to provide programs for summer operations.
National Ski Patrol’s Meegan Moszynski will take ski patrollers into a brave new world — summer

There were two articles published in the NSAA Journal (vol. 25, issue 4). One was on new NSP Executive Director Meegan Moszynski, and one on the future of the OEC Program.
Meegan Moszynski 
Medical Education Training and the OEC Textbook

August
Joe Parent, a member of the Sunday River Ski Patrol in Maine, was recently featured in a local television report and a local newspaper article for helping to pull a woman from a burining vehicle.
WCSH6 Portland TV article and video
Portland Press Herald article

July
Two members of Cascade Mountain Ski Patrol in Wisconsin recently saved a triathlete who is also a trauma center nurse when she went into cardiac arrest while swimming in a lake.
Story on Bob Salov and Bill Decker saving life in Daily Jefferson Union Herald