Allyn Roberts

Skating Director

Allyn Roberts brings over 30 years of skating experience to the Mount Washington Valley. She began her figure skating career at the North Shore Skating Club in Massachusetts where a strong work ethic and passion for the sport motivated her to successfully complete the United States Figures Skating Association (USFSA) test levels and win various awards in artistic competition. At the age of 17, she was recruited by Disney on Ice to perform the role of the Evil Queen in the world tour of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. After touring the world as a professional figure skater, she began her coaching career and has instructed at all levels of the USFSA and ISI programs across all age ranges. Allyn holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Human Nutrition and is a credentialed Registered Dietitian. When she’s not on the ice, Allyn can be found working as a performance consultant from her home office or enjoying all of the outdoor activities the valley has to offer with her family. 

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Stacy McAllister-Geller

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.

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Jeni Wilder

Jeni Wilder has been a Basic Skills figure skating instructor for over 27 years, teaching children from toddler age through 17 and adults.  She has competed in figure skating for over 33 years and is currently a competitor at the Adult Silver level and has recently included ice dancing in her competitive repertoire.  Jeni is passionate about choreography to music and specializes in enhancing technical elements within a musical program for her students, such that they are timed with key aspects of the musical piece. Her musical background stems from her experience playing piano, trumpet and flute, choral and solo singing, and studying ballet, jazz and modern dance styles.  Jeni also enjoys hiking and is currently working on completing the New Hampshire “48 list”, which are the 4,000+ foot peaks.  She also enjoys skiing, swimming, aerobic dance, and weightlifting.  Jeni has a 10-year-old daughter and two adult sons who all started skating at 2 years old.  “Teaching skating came naturally after I had children and of course I taught them all to skate! I am happy to join the Mount Washington Valley Skating Club and continue my ardor and love for figure skating.” 

Monica Nicoll

Monica attained ISU Gold Test in figures and free skating.  She was a former national competitive figure skater (Canada and W. Germany) and professional figure skater with Holiday On Ice (Europe and S. America), skating coach (level II certification), and now psychotherapist.  Monica brings a holistic approach to her work emphasizing a personal growth fostering resilience as a psychotherapist and as a coach. She has published two children's books, “Key to Calm ” and “Key to Chivalry ” that help develop children's social-emotional competence. She coaches children and adults at all levels of skating. During leisure times she is running, hiking and practicing yoga.