Ever since the first day I entered a mogul competition, I knew that this sport was for me. The thrill and adrenaline associated with stepping into the gate before each run, knowing you could have the run of your life, is a feeling that I will cherish years after I stop mogul skiing. I love stepping it up each day during training and competition to obtain my full potential as an athlete and a person. Throughout my career, I’ve learned various lessons that will follow me well into my life beyond skiing; the most essential being that consistent hard work will always pay off in the long run and trusting yourself is essential to achieving your best.

As I reflect upon representing the United States of America over the course of three World Cup Tours and two World Championships, I’m unbelievably thankful. The past two seasons in particular have brought about several tough — but necessary — lessons: when I was named as the first alternate for the Winter Olympic Games (and consequently forced to take a hard look at my career thus far and my goals moving forward) in 2018, I discovered a consistent fire in my skiing that gives me a competitive and stylistic edge even today; while stepping up my game to compete the most difficult air package on the women’s side of the sport over the course of the 2018-19 season has taught me incredible amounts about grit, passion, and what it takes to win on my terms. Moving forward, I’m excited to have a season full of consistent performances at the top of my game. I always expect more from myself, but this year, I will center gratitude at the forefront of my performance. I’m incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to pursue my love of skiing while competing around the world, no less!

Beyond the Bumps

Aside from freestyle competitive skiing, I graduated from Stanford Online High School, a highly selective independent school for gifted students and intellectual risk takers in the Spring of 2018, and began my collegiate studies at New York University in Summer 2019 through Writers in New York, a Creative Writing course. For the next step in my education, I’m beyond excited to earn my undergraduate degree at Columbia University in NYC!!!

Giving Back

When I’m at home in Park City, I have been volunteering a few hours per week at the local food bank - The Christian Center of Park City. I also volunteer at Nuzzles and Co. - the animal adoption shelter in Park City. My time giving back to the community has helped me to realize how important it is to give back, and how even a small bit of effort can make a big difference in one’s community.

2022 Winter Olympian

First Women to Attempt and Land a Cork 1080 in a Competition Run (2022)

Team USA World Champshionship Team (2019, 2017)

First Alternate for Team USA - 2018 Winter Olympic Games (2018)

TWO World Cup Podiums

ONE World Cup Victory(2021)

SIX Top-Four World Cup Finishes

SIXTEEN Top-Ten World Cup Finishes

FIS Freestyle World Cup Rookie of the Year (2017)

US Freestyle Selections Champion (2021)

1st Place DM, 3rd Place MO Junior World Championships (2017)

2nd Place US Freestyle National Championships (2016)

1st Place US Freestyle Junior National Championships - MO (2016)

2021 Ruka World Cup - 1st Place
2021 US Selections - 1st Place
2021 Mt. Hood Training Camp - Cork 1080
Cork 1080 at 2019 Kazakhstan World Cup - 6th Place
2019 Kazakhstan WC Finals - 5th Place
2017 Deer Valley World Cup - 4th Place