October 2020, Stowe, Vermont – We are pleased to announce that Amy Marshall recently joined the Green Mountain Adaptive Sports Board of Directors. A Vermont resident for over 40 years, Amy has a BS in Rehabilitation Education and Counseling, and a Masters in Education, Special Education emphasis on Visually Handicapped. A retired Consulting Teacher and Special Educator at the Stowe Middle School for over 20 years, Amy presently does contractual work with the Department of Education, and is a supervisor of two provisional special education teachers at The Vermont Collaborative. 

“As the special educator at Stowe Middle School, I was always impressed by GMAS and have seen the joy this program has brought to my students. With my previous experience as a business owner and as a teacher of children with disabilities, I would hope that I could contribute to GMAS,” comments Amy.

She adds, “I feel Vermont, and especially Stowe’s business community, are very committed to helping Vermonters. Having lived in north central Vermont for over 40 years, I have seen a sense of community and compassion for the disadvantaged that is extraordinary. I have personally seen this support for individuals within our Stowe Schools. Here we have endless opportunities to make a difference. I would love to be a part of that.”

The GMAS Board is looking forward to working with Amy and to benefit from her vast pool of knowledge and experience in the adaptive community.