Board of Directors

Tina Wilson

Tina Wilson

Grand Junction, CO

Tina Wilson has been involved with Nordic Skiing for the past 35 years. In North Conway, NH, she and her husband owned and operated Intervale Nordic Center and created a 30 km loop connecting 9 B&B’s for an inn-to-inn skiing experience. In Cody, WY, they helped develop the trail system at the eastern entrance of Yellowstone National Park, owned a cross-country ski rental and equipment shop, and provided ski instruction. In Granby, CO, Tina was involved with the Grand Nordic Ski Club for 15 years, working with promotions. Throughout the years she has competed in local and international Masters races. Tina finds the Grand Mesa Nordic trails to be “world class” in terrain and grooming.

Terri Stright

Terri Stright

Montrose, CO

Terri joined the GMNC Board of Directors as Treasurer in April, 2016. Terri moved to Colorado to attend college in the 1970’s, and fell in love with Nordic skiing in 1984. While living in the Roaring Fork Valley she toured on the Masters Nordic racing circuit and won Nationals in her division in 1988. She is also an avid climber, and enjoys rock and ice climbing, and climbing Colorado’s 13ers.

Callie West

Callie West

Paonia, CO

Callie joined the GMNC board in August 2011, and currently serves as Director of Adult Programs. She has skied for over 50 years throughout the Rocky Mountains, New England, Quebec, and Europe. She’s a veteran of both the 54 km Birkebeiner ski race in Norway, and the 7-day, 440 km “Border to Border” ski tour in Finland. Callie heads up GMNC’s ski school for adults, which offers specialized ski clinics and private ski lessons throughout the season.

Tom Ela

Tom Ela

Grand Junction, CO

Tom was one of GMNC’s founding board members and he’s been on the board since March, 1990. He also serves as GMNC’s race director, putting on the GMNC race series and providing racers with his famous soup. He loves Nordic skiing because it allows him to get great exercise with fresh air and wild scenery. He loves the GMNC for the focus on grass roots, volunteers, and community service.