Terry MacDonald, Managing Director
A long time resident of the Lincoln, New Hampshire area, Terry has had an accomplished 22 year career in the Hospitality industry working in Front Office Operations at Woodward’s Resort, Lincoln, NH, for 14 years, an additional 8 years of Food & Beverage experience with the Beacon Resort, Lincoln, NH. Her hospitality experience has benefitted and enhanced New England Disabled Sports when she joined the organization as Office Manager in 2012. Promoted to the position of Director of Administration in 2014, Terry oversees 250 volunteers involved in several seasonal programs, administrates and is responsible for Bookkeeping, Accounts Payable and administrates for all NEDS offices.
Jason Lafontaine, Program Director
Jason comes to us with more than 16 years of program management experience, serving as a Residential Director and Program Director at Mount Prospect Academy/Becket House at Hall Farm in Pike, New Hampshire. He has expertise in overseeing all day-to-day operations, and supervision of a residential care facility for adolescent boys who are often in need of comprehensive mental health, behavioral and other supports. Jason’s recent accomplishments have included creating and implementing many programs for students to increase morale and express appreciation to staff. Jason is connected to the Lincoln-Loon-NEDS community. Jason resides in Lincoln, has been a snowboard coach with NEDS for the past 6 years, and is a co-founder of the Linwood Skate Park alongside Kevin Bell. Jason is directly involved with the planning and fundraising efforts to create an inclusive outdoor public skate park for the communities of Lincoln and Woodstock, NH, and other visitors to the area.
Cullen Robinson, Sr. Sports Program Coordinator
Cullen Robinson is a 2017 graduate of Colby-Sawyer College with a BS in Biology. To complete his graduation requirements, Cullen teamed up with Karina Schacht, the lead architect of Schatelier Architectural Studio, to start up an entrepreneurial venture, Plenty Homes. Plenty Homes’ goal is to bring environmentally friendly, financially responsible custom housing to anyone. He has been employed at Gunstock Mountain Resort since 2013 where he started as a zipline tour guide and was quickly promoted to supervisor, overseeing 30 staff members of various ages. Cullen has also been a Gunstock Ski Patroller for the past year. Cullen’s passion for adaptive sports sprouted after volunteering 4 years as a ski instructor at WVAS where he felt comfortable teaching skiing to all ages and abilities. Cullen has all intentions of carrying out his passion for adaptive sports as well as the love of the outdoors for NEDS and their athletes.