As a lifelong lover of sliding on snow, Constance Beverley recognizes the positive impact snow sports has had on her life since an early age and with that comes a deep desire to make sure others have the same opportunities she was provided. This is what brought her to the Share Winter Foundation.
Prior to becoming the CEO of Share Winter – which works to improve the lives, health, and fitness of youth through winter sports – in 2017, Constance served on the board of directors for a year, where she gained valuable insight into where the organization had been and dreamt of where it could go. While this may seem like an unlikely progression from someone who represented large financial firms on Wall Street as an attorney for 6+ years, it aligned perfectly with her ethos, ethics, and expertise.
In addition to her work with the Share Winter Foundation, Constance has worked with other snow sports organizations including the Kelly Clark Foundation, SheJumps, STOKED, Boarding for Breast Cancer, and CHILL. She’s a 2004 graduate of Saint Louis University and acquired her law degree in 2007 from the Hofstra School of Law.
When not fighting to make the winter sports world a more inclusive one, you can most likely find her chasing snow.