Over his years with the BOEC, Sean has worked with many volunteers throughout the Adaptive Ski and Snowboard Program. For anyone interested in or considering volunteering with BOEC, he shares his thoughts, “Well I may be a little biased, but I think they would have a blast! Also, I would want them to know just how grateful we all are that they are even considering sharing their precious free time with us. This program would not be able to accomplish the work we do without each and every volunteer that comes through our doors. So thank you in advance, and we would love to meet you!”
In his free time, Sean likes to play outside, running, riding his bike, and backpacking. On the days he’s inside, he enjoys cooking, reading, and swing dancing. In the last few years, and with the extra time available during COVID-19, Sean started training for and running 50 kilometer ultramarathons. To date, he has run three ultramarathons, all in Colorado including Silverton, Golden Gate State Park, and Empire on Continental Divide. For him, the motivation is the sense of accomplishment and the goal is completion. Locally, his favorite trail to run or backpack is Eccles Pass section of the Gore Range Trail, a nearly 50 mile trail running from Copper Mountain to the Spring Creek area north of Silverthorne and the Green Mountain Reservoir.
Sean’s commitment to BOEC’s participants and programs is infectious and we are grateful to have him as part of the team.