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Cindy Locke, Executive Director

Cindy has worked in the association and non-profit field for more than twenty-five years in Vermont; primarily those associations have been chambers of commerce. She is a graduate of Vermont College of Norwich University with a B.A. in Sociology and is also a graduate of Leadership Champlain.

Cindy specializes in association management, volunteer recruitment and management, and public and community relations. She is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys winter and summer sports. She enjoys meeting VAST members and attending club and county events. Cindy has lived in Vermont since 1978.

cindy@vtvast.org
(802) 229-0005 ext 11 



Matt Tetreault, Trails Administrator

Matt Tetreault grew up in Central Vermont where he began snowmobiling around his parent's fields on a 1971 Olympic Ski Doo at the age of 10. After passing the snowmobile safety course and moving up to a newer machine Matt began riding the VAST trails around his boyhood home. With family and friends by his side Matt spent many of his childhood nights and weekends out on the VAST trails enjoying the Vermont winters. 

Matt joined the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers and moved into his current position as the VAST Trails Administrator. Besides being an avid snowmobiler, Matt enjoys spending time with his kids, working and recreating in the woods, hunting, fishing, gardening, boating and enjoying all forms of outdoor activities during the changing Vermont seasons.

 

matt@vtvast.org
(802) 229-0005 ext 12 

 

 

 

 

Beth Godin, Media Manager

Beth is a ninth generation Vermonter with a passion for her state’s landscape, traditions and recreations. She brings to VAST over 13 years experience in the niche publishing industry. Her backgound with print and digital media includes graphic design, advertising sales and marketing. Her hometown is Brookfield where she lives with her boyfriend, two dogs, three mules, three donkeys and chickens. She enjoys horseback riding, gardening, reading, needlecrafts, photography and snowmobiling.  

beth@vtvast.org
(802) 229-0005  x16 

 

 

 

 

Cyndy Carrier Brown, Office & Programs Manager 

Cyndy is a native Vermonter who grew up on small dairy farm in Washington, VT and she loved every minute of it. She still helps her brother hay every summer; or it ain’t summer! She lives in Barre and is currently renovating an old house – keeping her busy. She loves to do anything outdoors–gardening, hiking, snowshoeing, back road riding. She is a director at the Barre Fish & Game Club and volunteers a lot with their many events; such as the kid’s fishing derby, community BBQ, and teaching women’s safety classes.

She’s an asset to the VAST team and is always willing to jump in and lend a hand to get any tough job done.

cyndy@vtvast.org
(802) 229-0005 ext 10

 

 


Sheila Fenoff-Willett, Finance & Human Resources

Sheila grew up in the Northeast Kingdom and snowmobiling was the primary winter sport in her family. She enjoyed many hours on a sled during her childhood. Off and on throughout the years she has continued to ride with family and friends.

She has worked in the non-profit world for 14 years and the for profit world for 26 years. When not at VAST, Sheila enjoys traveling, gardening, boating, sewing and spending time with her family including three grandchildren and friends.

sheila@vtvast.org
(802) 229-0005 ext 14

 

 

 

Ken Brown, Trails Manager & LVRT Project Manager

No relation to Cyndy Carrier Brown (though he does have a sister named Cyndie), Ken grew up in Chester, VT and has been living in Chittenden County since 2008, when he started a masters degree at UVM. Ken went to school for forestry, but his interests are anything relating to public land and outdoor recreation. He has been working in parks and trail maintenance since high-school (when he was on a VYCC trail crew), and was most recently a trail coordinator for the VT Dept. of Forests, Parks & Recreation. 

Ken loves to hike, ski, and ride his road bike. He’s only ever ridden a snowmobile for work (at ski areas), so he’s excited to try it out for recreation!

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