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Greetings from beautiful Steamboat Springs, CO! My name is Maddie Davis. I am from Los Angeles, CA but escaped to the mountains when I moved to South Lake Tahoe, CA at age 18 to pursue college. While living in South Lake Tahoe, I began teaching snowboarding at Heavenly Mountain. This kicked off a life-long passion of working closely with youth. I found myself bouncing around various ski towns, until my dog Hank inspired the move to “Dog-Town USA” aka Steamboat Springs.
I have an Associate of Arts Degree in Wilderness Education and spent three summers working in Yosemite National Park as a backpacking guide, taking kids aged 10-17 on multi-night backpacking trips. I’m currently CPR and First Aid Certified.
My professional childcare experience takes many different forms. I’ve been babysitting and nannying since high school, but found my time more recently spent coaching, instructing, and guiding youth. I’ve worked with kids ages 3 to teenagers.
My favorite hobby is snowboarding, and I’ve made it a mission to snowboard at least once each month, year-round. I’ve been doing this for over 5 years and don’t plan to stop anytime soon. I’m currently head coach of the elementary-school aged and younger snowboard programs for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports club, a club that has put out the highest volume of Winter Olympians. I coach ages 8-10 and love helping guide these young athletes through the highs and lows of tackling their goals. I also work as a ski and snowboard instructor for Steamboat Resort.
Outside of snowboarding, I really enjoy hiking, backpacking, and mountain biking. Spending time outside is a big priority for me. When inside, you can find me working on a puzzle, playing guitar, or reading a book.
While watching your kids, you can expect an engaging experience - whether it's arts and crafts projects, embarking on outdoor expeditions, or reading a book together, your children will be totally invested!

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