Joe Stone: Joe was injured in a speed flying accident in 2010 and sustained a partial spinal cord injury. As an avid athlete and outdoor lover, he later founded the Joe Stone Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works to promote adapted outdoor recreation for all people with disabilities as a way to promote a healthy lifestyle and enjoy a higher quality of life. He lives in Missoula and also works part-time as a research assistant with the Rural Institute on Disabilities.
Meg Rogosinski: Meg works as the Outdoor Recreation Supervisor for Missoula Parks and Recreation. She has a BS in Outdoor and Therapeutic Recreation from Radford University, and Masters in Recreation Management from University of New Hampshire and has a passion for assisting people of all abilities with pursuing outdoor recreation activities.
Suzanne Meikle: Suzanne owns and manages Montana Work Solutions, an agency that provides employment services and independent living supports for people with disabilities who live in the Bitterroot Valley. She has a teaching background and extensive experience with marketing, writing business plans, employment search and placement for high-school to senior aged individuals, and managing staff and volunteers.
Thank you to outgoing board member Leanne Beers for her two years of service on the board as president and six total years of service. Your guidance and support is appreciated, and Summit wishes you luck wherever life may take you next!