JEFF BLUMENFELD, NASJA President
Jeff Blumenfeld is both a ski writer and experienced public relations executive. He has been a member of NASJA starting in 1974, since the day he entered the working world. Since then, he has extensively covered the sport for publications including Elevation Outdoors, SKI, Skiing History, and Venu.
His ski industry clients have included Caber, Cevas, CW-X, Fischer, Gore-Tex, Head, Kneissl, Nava, Slalom, and Trak. On the resort side, he’s represented Breckenridge, Jackson X-C, Killington, Ski The Rockies, Ski The Summit, and the Vermont Ski Areas Association, and currently represents Bromley, Cranmore, and Jiminy Peak.
He is a board member of the International Skiing History Association (ISHA) and the 2017 recipient of NASJA’s Bob Gillen Memorial Award for Achievements in Snowsports Public Relations and Communications. He is also chairman of the Rocky Mountain chapter of The Explorers Club and in spring 2019 launched his second book: Travel With Purpose: A Field Guide to Voluntourism (Rowman & Littlefield).You can reach Jeff Blumenfeld at email@example.com.
KEVIN GASIOR, NASJA Vice President
Kevin Gasior is a bilingual radio ski columnist based in Montreal, Canada. An experienced host and public speaker, Kevin is CBC Quebec’s ski expert, making regular contributions to All in a Weekend since 2011. The program is broadcast across the province of Quebec with a reach of approximately 30,000 listeners. Kevin is an avid big mountain skier for over three decades and has worked in the ski industry since 1995. He also acts as a consultant for ski resorts and tourism organizations in North America. He is an ambassador and in-market representative for CMH Heli-Skiing. To learn more please visit: www.skipros.ca
ROGER LOHR, NASJA Vice President
Roger Lohr, an XC skier and snowboarder living in NH was raised in NY, lived in CO where he graduated CU, and afterward worked as a retailer in VT. Experience in the alpine, snowboard, Nordic, and snowshoe segments of the snow sports world working at SIA (Snowsports Industries America) and served on the board of the Cross Country Ski Areas Association. Coordinated SIA Show education programs and served on the USIA Education Committee.
Founder/editor of XCSkiResorts.com and contributes to trade and consumer media. Currently the Nordic skiing editor at SnoCountry.com and SeniorsSkiing.com, and the Outdoor Recreation Editor for the Green Energy Times.
Served on the ESWA Board and worked with past NASJA president Iseult Devlin on the Northeast Winter Weather Summit and coordinated the White Mountain Summit.
Interested in a clipbook project to familiarize personnel in the snowsports industry with NASJA content, develop NASJA’s promotional role in the industry, and increase opportunities for NASJA media membership. You can reach Roger Lohr at firstname.lastname@example.org
MEGAN COLLINS, Corporate Liaison
Snowbasin Resort, Utah
Megan Collins is the Communications & Events Specialist at Snowbasin Resort in Huntsville, Utah. While at Snowbasin she has been an integral part of the team, receiving honors for the NSAA Conversion Cup and Best Safety Program in 2018. As well as, high ranks in Ski Magazine reader surveys. Prior to her current role, she worked at Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Marketing and PR. Preceding that with an internship at Colorado Ski Country. A Utah native who grew up in the ski Industry, it didn’t take her long to realize she wanted to pursue a career within her roots. She shadowed Connie Marshall, previous Director of Marketing and PR while on winter break from CU and has never looked back. She is elated at the opportunity to assume the role of Corporate Liaison, and to work with NASJA so closely.
ISEULT DEVLIN, Immediate Past President,
Iseult is a skiing columnist for the Bergen Record. She is the author of Winter Sports for Women (McGraw Hill). After teaching skiing in Kitzbuhel, Austria for two seasons, she landed a job as a staff editor for Skiing Magazine and Skiing Trade News, where she worked for 15 years. As a freelance writer, she specializes in travel, product and business coverage in all aspects of winter sports. She is also the managing editor of MasterFit Buyer’s Guide and a contributor TSIL, NSAA Journal. Works part-time as a PSIA Level 2 instructor at Stratton Mountain, Vermont. She served as NASJA President from 2017-2019 and spearheaded the 2018 Northeast Winter Weather Summit with help from Stratton, the Northeast resort community and NASJA members. She served as president of NASJA East from 2012-2014.