PARK CITY, Utah. — Local nonprofit The National Ability Center (NAC), that provides adaptive outdoor recreation and adventures to people with different abilities announced on Oct. 28, 2020 that their CEO, Kevin Stickleman, would be moving on. Stickelman accepted a new position as Director of Skier Services at Vail Resorts in Breckenridge, Colo.
In a press release, the NAC’s Board President, Bob Chamberlain, offers words of gratitude to Stickelman for his five years of dedication to the nonprofit, two of which he served as CEO.
“We are proud of the knowledge and experience in adaptive recreation that he will bring to Colorado and know he will keep spreading our mission of advocating for people with disabilities in the ski industry and beyond,” Chamberlain said.
The non-profit’s mission is based on adapting to any situation, and has their sights set on providing great adaptive programming in 2021. Chamberlain added that, “The board is confident the leadership team will provide seamless support to our community and is committed to helping the staff and volunteers during this transition.”
For information on the National Ability Center and the outdoor programming they offer for people with different abilities, active duty military, veterans and their families, click here.