After 20 years in Utah, Jenny Holden moved back to Maine, where she grew up a competitive Nordic skier. She attended and skied for the University of Vermont. In 2000, she moved to Utah to manage Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined for the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Organizing Committee. She later joined the U.S. Ski Team as the team manager for the Men’s Alpine. In 2007, she left to work with Bode Miller as his executive assistant and team manager of his independent team, Team America. While in sports management, she used any free time to travel to Africa and volunteer in Rwanda and Uganda for the nonprofit Global Grassroots. Having a keen interest in focusing on the whole athlete, she worked at a small sports agency in Park City subsequently acquired by Wasserman Media Group. As executive director of Women’s Ski Jumping, she advocated to include women in the sport of ski jumping. In 2010, she combined her passion for creating positive social change and started her own business as a sports agent, managing athlete endorsement deals, marketing, and leveraging athletic success to support social causes. Athletes included both Olympic and Paralympians. Happy to be back East, she loves to hike with her daughter, Lucy, and dog Felix. You will often find her spending hours on trails mountain biking, hiking, nordic skiing, or on the ocean sailing in the summer.