Staff

Amy Fradley – Interim Executive Director

A native of Rhode Island, Amy graduated from St. Lawrence University in NY. In 1984 gravitated to Yellowstone where she met her husband David. She has 30 years of experience working in hospitality, property management and event planning, most recently holding the position of Art Fair and Events Director for the Art Association of Jackson Hole. After 19 years commuting the Pass, she is thrilled to be working full time for TVF, as Program Manager overseeing Music on Main for the past 6 years and assisting at Kotler Ice Arena. She is honored to step up as Interim Executive Director for the foreseeable future. Amy has been Board President for Teton Valley Humane Society, worked with Teton Arts Council as their Administrative Director and currently holds a seat on the Board of the Family Safety Network. Amy has a lifetime passion for travel, art, music and hiking and spends every spare moment she can attending live concerts and playing in the Tetons with her husband, David and dog, Scooby.

 

Kotler Ice Arena Staff

Becky Koenig – Rink Staff & Skating Instructor

4th Season at Kotler Ice Arena

Brian Milligan – Rink Staff

2nd Season at Kotler Ice Arena

Chris Simonds – Rink Staff & Volunteer Women’s Hockey Coach

3rd Season at Kotler Ice Arena

George Steiner – Rink Staff & Volunteer Youth Hockey & Skating Coach

3rd Season at Kotler Ice Arena

Miranda Milligan – Program Assistant

1st Season at Kotler Ice Arena

 

Clark I. Cuttie – Official Youth Hockey Mascot

Named for the scientific name of the cutthroat trout Oncorhynchus clarkii – Clark I. Cuttie (Cuttie for short), is our hardworking official mascot! Representing the Teton Valley Cutthroats, Cuttie loves cheering on the kids in our youth hockey programs. You can find him at the rink during special events pumping up the crowd and infusing the Cutthroat Spirit. Cuttie loves skating and having fun on the ice all winter long. In the summer time, Cuttie hangs with Friends of the Teton River, educating river users and local landowners on how to preserve his precious native river habitat.