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Podcast

Keep the Flame Alive is the most fun podcast for fans of the Olympics and Paralympics. Each week Alison Brown and I explore the sports, athletes, key players and history of the world’s two largest sporting events.  Our episodes consist of a focused interview or topic, plus recurring segments featuring our Team Keep the Flame Alive (past guests, who are now citizens of our country TKFLASTAN) and what’s happening in the Olympic and Paralympic worlds. New episodes drop every Thursday–you can listen to our show for free through our website or your favorite place to listen to podcasts.

Follow us on Twitter, Insta and Facebook – or join our Facebook Group.

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Producer

As executive producer of Keep the Flame Alive, I’m responsible for driving the direction and maintaining the authenticity of this podcast dedicated to educating fans of the Olympics and Paralympics. I find captivating guests, edit the show, create engaging show notes and publish it weekly. I also maintain our show’s Twitter presence, where I interact with fans on a daily basis.

For more information, please email me at flamealivepod@gmail.com.

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Official

I’ve officiated flat track roller derby since 2009, first as a Non-Skating Official (NSO) and now as a Skating Official (aka Referee). My credits include being the Tournament Head NSO of 5 tournaments, including 2011 WFTDA Championships, and many Crew Head NSO assignments up through the Championship level. I’ve also been selected to referee at the inaugural WFTDA Continental Cup – West tournament in 2018.

As a leader within the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA), I was instrumental in the creation of NSO Certification and served as its first Chair. I also served as Chair of Officials Certification Oversight from 2014-2016 and was on the Tournament Officials Selection Panel. From 2012-2017 I was a WFTDA Officiating Instructor and led 23 officiating clinics in 5 countries on 3 continents, including clinics all across the United States.

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