Monica Nicoll
Skating Director​

Monica has been a competitive figure skater competing at national levels in Canada and West Germany and attained ISU Gold Test in figures and free skating. Prior to receiving her coaching certification, Monica spent a year and a half professionally skating with Holiday on Ice, a spectacular revue that combines the artistry of ice skating, ice dance and acrobatics with exciting music and extravagant costumes. Monica traveled through Europe and South America with skaters in an era where some of the skaters could not leave their countries unless they were with the Holiday on Ice.  Working together on the show, we became family and we created a beautiful once in a lifetime experience.

Monica currently has a psychotherapy private practice in North Conway with an emphasis on marriage, family and individual counseling. But she also enjoys the coaching she does on the ice. Through her lessons at Ham Arena, Monica says she aims to give back to her students a little bit of what she has experienced.


Stacy McAllister

Stacy began her skating career right here at the Ham Arena when it first opened. She is a Professional Skaters Association rated coach in free skating, moves in the field, group instruction, and hockey. She was the previous head coach and learn to skate director in Steamboat Springs,Colorado for several years and is excited to be back to her hometown.

She has a bachelors degree in Exercise Science and loves to instruct skaters from all levels ranging from the grassroots to testing and competitions. She is a US Figure Skating Gold Medalist in Moves in the field, Pewter Medalist in Freestyle, and Pre-Silver Dance Tests.




Carol Rosenblith

on leave Fall 2018

Unlike so many of her teaching colleagues, Carol Rosenblith began skating as an adult in her late 40’s, initially signing up for recreational adult group lessons and then training under Boston-based ice-dance coach Robert Rafuse, with whom she still skates and continues to test in ice dancing. She has taught Basic Skills/Learn-to Skate, both USFS and ISI, for over 15 years at Ham Arena and at various rinks in the Boston area, primarily with Bay State Skating School both as an instructor and session coordinator. In addition she heads her own tot/parent and adult programs at the Ed Burns Arena in Arlington, MA for the Arlington Recreation Department and also works with special needs children in the Adaptive Skating Program run by the Franciscan Hospital for Children in Boston.  She is a certified USFS Learn-to Skate instructor/coach and since 2009 holds a registered PSA rating in group instruction.

Jennifer Wilder

Bio coming soon