Upcoming Meeting Dates:

Meeting at BP Energy Center, Anchorage from 6:15-8:30pm

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Thursday,November 18, 2018

Thursday, December 13, 2018

 

NSAA Bylaws

2017-2018 NSAA Season Recap

2016-2017 NSAA Budget

2015-2016 NSAA Annual Report

NSAA: Sustaining trails year-round and providing Nordic skiing programs that encourage healthy activities and lifestyles for all Alaskans.

NSAA Board Meetings

Meetings are open to public and all are welcome!

Fourth Thursday of the month, 6:15- 8:30pm at BP Energy Center, 900 E Benson Blvd, Anchorage, AK

Interested in joining the NSAA Board of Directors?

The Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage (NSAA) Board of Directors is actively seeking individuals to join our team that are:

  • Motivated, diverse, experienced
  • Passionate about Nordic skiing
  • Have the time and energy to spend 4-6 hours a month to attend meetings, participate in committees, and be an ambassador in our community
  • Eager to help NSAA raise money and continue growing to best serve Anchorage’s Nordic ski and trail user community

We’re especially interested in individuals who:

  • Have been leaders of nonprofit boards before and are ready to bring their skills and insights to another organization
  • Have expertise in accounting or finance, especially nonprofit accounting practices
  • Are experienced fundraisers
  • Have nonprofit management or business management experience

Email us at president@anchoragenordicski.com if you are interested in joining us!

Since the 1960’s NSAA has been dedicated to maintaining trails year-round and promoting all forms of Nordic skiing as a healthy lifestyle.

Current Board Members

Joey Caterinichio

Board President - Term Expires: 2019

jcaterinichio@alaska.net

Joey is a lifelong Alaskan who lives in Anchorage with her husband and 3 children. She raced at West High School where many of the same amazing green grunts we love were officiating the races. Joey than went on to compete in college and at the national level. The inspiration of NSAA, the Alaska ski community and the years skiing at Kincaid inspired Joey to come back to Anchorage post college and start coaching. She coached at Chugiak High School for 10 years with her husband Ja Dorris and then helped create the Alaska Nordic Racing Club for over 20 years. Most recently, Joey worked for USSA as the Nordic Program Manager and attended the Sochi, Olympics as a Team Leader for all the Nordic sports. She has a personal mission to help inspire all ages to be active, participate and enjoy, and as well as volunteer, giving back to this great community.

Sara Miller

Board Vice President - Term Expires: 2018

aksaramiller@yahoo.com

Sara lives in Anchorage with her husband, two kids (ages 3 and 6) and their dog. She is a school counselor and coach and has been skiing for over 30 years. “I grew up recreating and racing in Anchorage. After skiing in college, I started coaching for all levels and ages. Once I had my own kids, I didn’t have as much time to coach but still wanted to give back to the amazing Nordic ski community…so I ran for a spot on the NSAA Board. I hope to help increase membership and visibility of NSAA and promote the great sport of cross-country skiing.” In her free time, Sara enjoys biking, triathlons, running and shopping.

Josh Niva

Board Secretary - Term Expires: 2018

joshniva@gmail.com

A lifelong Alaskan originally from Fairbanks, Josh lives to ski, hike and take outdoor adventures with his friends and dog, Ricky. He is a longtime NSAA Trail Meister member and editor of The Alaska Nordic Skier, which spotlights the work and members of Alaska’s Nordic ski clubs. Professionally, Josh has a background in journalism (Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Anchorage Daily News) and communications (United Way of Anchorage, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Alyeska Pipeline Service Company). He works with the NSAA board and staff to grow membership and elevate the organization’s marketing, communications and fundraising efforts.

Karl Garber

Board Treasurer - Term Expires: 2019

kgarber@alzalaska.org

Karl came to Alaska in 1977 looking for adventure. He has spent over 20 years leading and managing non-profit organizations and either reporting to or being a member of several boards. He is currently the Executive Director for Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska. Nordic skiing is Karl’s favorite hobby and he has grown to enjoy Alaska’s winters as much as the summer. “I enjoy contributing to the success of NSAA in order to improve the health of the community.” Karl also enjoys spending time outside hiking, biking and fishing with his family and friends