Staff

Randy Coffman, Executive Director

Randy Coffman, Executive Director

Randy has more than four decades of experience helping people safely enjoy the outdoors. He spent thirty one years as a National Park Ranger, providing emergency medical services and program management in some of America's most iconic National Parks. Randy has led skiing and climbing trips in the Himalaya, East Africa, the Andes, New Zealand, the Alps, and in the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada. Randy is a PSIA certified adaptive snowsports instructor.

Lisa Coffman, Instructor

Lisa Coffman, Instructor

Lisa is an experienced outdoorswoman. She has a background in mountaineering, ski-mountaineering, rock climbing, mountain-biking, kayaking, and snowshoeing, as well as in alpine, telemark, and cross-country skiing. She has backpacked throughout the Sierra and enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for camping and mountain sports with others. She is a PSIA certified adaptive snowsports instructor. Lisa also maintains our fleet of adaptive mountain bikes and our web page.

Mia Gonzalez, Instructor

Mia Gonzalez, Instructor

After graduating high school, Mia became a Firefighter in Northern California but on September 2nd, 2017, her love for the outdoors drove her to go hiking in Sequoia National Park with a cousin. At 20 years old, her life changed forever as she sustained a T-9 Complete Spinal Cord Injury as a result of a 50-foot tumble. She loves to be out in nature and has a passion for helping others.

Myranda Logan, Instructor

Myranda Logan, Instructor

Myranda, otherwise known as "Mandy," is a Fresno State Recreational Therapy major and Phi Mu Fraternity Alumni. She loves traveling, the great outdoors and enjoys hiking, snow sports, kayaking and camping. Mandy has a passion for adaptive sports and is excited to help and teach CCASC participants.

Steve Berman, Instructor

Steve Berman, Instructor

After a 34 year career, Steve recently retired with the Santa Barbara City Fire Department. He and his family have a great passion for the Central Sierra and enjoy both winter and summer activities such as skiing, hiking, backpacking, and watersports. Steve is excited to join the staff at CCASC and looks forward to a fun and productive ski season.

Mathieu Richaud, Instructor

Mathieu Richaud, Instructor

Mathieu is a professor for Fresno State's Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. His favorite activities include alpine skiing, backpacking, rock climbing, and kayaking. Having grown up in the French Alps, he has an accent but promised to articulate as well as possible.

Michela Morillo, Instructor

Michela Morillo, Instructor

Michela is a PSIA certified alpine and adaptive snowsports instructor. She loves to work with kids and has a passion for adaptive sports.

Brittany Stoneman, Instructor

Brittany Stoneman, Instructor

Brittany is a PSIA certified adaptive snowsports instructor. She also works as a paramedic for American Ambulance. Brittany has volunteered on weekend campouts with the Orange County Foundation for Oncology and Families, worked as a lifeguard and swim instructor for YMCA, and tutored and taught surfing to homeless children in Hawaii. Brittany enjoys sharing her love for snowboarding with CCASC’s participants.

Daniel Foster, Instructor

Daniel Foster, Instructor

Daniel obtained his degree in Recreation Administration at California State University, Fresno. He has a background in alpine skiing, mountain biking, and kayaking. With a love of the outdoors and a passion for helping others, the CCASC is a perfect fit. Daniel is s PSIA certified adaptive snowsports instructor.

Michael McDonald, Instructor

Michael McDonald, Instructor

Michael has been a Ski Patroller at China Peak for over 30 years, where he has served as an Outdoor Emergency Care and Rescue Toboggan Instructor. Mike is also a PSIA certified adaptive snowsports instructor. He enjoys volunteering and helping CCASC provide fun and exciting winter activities at China Peak.

Diana Gomez, Instructor Assistant

Diana Gomez, Instructor Assistant

Diana is a registered nurse in the NICU at Valley Children's Hospital. She grew up going on family camping trips, and loves the outdoors. Some of her favorite activities in the program include rock climbing, hiking, kayaking, and working with horses. Diana loves that she can combine her passion for working with people and her love of the outdoors at CCASC.

Bill Morse, Instructor

Bill Morse, Instructor

Bill is a business owner and life-long skier. He is a PSIA certified adaptive snowsports instructor. He has been volunteering his time with CCASC since the organization was founded and loves sharing his ski skills with others.

Kathy Durham, Instructor

Kathy Durham, Instructor

Kathy, who has a career in medical imaging, has traveled all over the world to snow ski and scuba dive. She also enjoys water skiing and wake surfing in the Central valley, and hiking the Sierra. Kathy is a PSIA certified adaptive snowsports instructor. She volunteers with CCASC to help make the outdoors she loves accessible to everyone.

Quentin Cedar, Instructor

Quentin Cedar, Instructor

Quentin has a background in alpine skiing, archery, backpacking, and fishing. With a passion for sharing his enthusiasm for the outdoors with others, he is excited to be a part of CCASC. Quentin is a PSIA certified adaptive snowsports instructor.

Jeff Lucchesi, Instructor

Jeff Lucchesi, Instructor

Jeff has enjoyed skiing and outdoor sports for many years in the Central Sierra. Working with CCASC, Jeff gets to help others experience these activities in ways they might not have thought possible. He believes he gets back even more than he puts in. Jeff is a PSIA certified adaptive snowsports instructor.