The Adult Community Activities Committee (ACAC) is hosting another Zoom workshop in preparation for the upcoming competitive season. Join U.S. Figure Skating Officials Elliot Schwartz, Sarahjayne Howland and Chia Ying Lee via Zoom on Thursday, February 10th, at 7:00 pm.
Elliot Schwartz has been a U.S. Figure Skating official for 20 years. He holds the appointments of ISU and National Data Replay Operator, National Accountant, National Judge for Synchro, Sectional Judge for Singles & Pairs, and Regional Technical Controller for Singles. Elliot has a PhD in Materials Engineering and Bachelor’s degrees in Applied Math and Materials Science and Engineering from MIT. He currently works as a Data Analytics Consultant with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee.
Sarahjayne Howland fell in love with skating as a singles competitor at age 10 and later skated with the Team Boston Adult Synchronized Skating Team. She has been a US Figure Skating Official for ten years, serving as a Gold Test Judge and Chair of the NEICC High School Program. Away from the ice, she is a former Walt Disney World Entertainer and current Mass General Brigham Nurse.
Chia Ying Lee is an Adult skater, US Figure Skating judge, and also a Co-chair of the ACAC. Chia started skating as a young adult in sunny Singapore, and continued through multiple cross-globe and cross-continent moves, before settling down in Boston. She recently started judging as a different way to be connected to the sport, earning her first Bronze Singles Test Judge appointment in 2020, and non-qualifying Competition Judge appointment in 2021. As an Adult skater herself, Chia understands the unique needs and challenges faced by Adult skaters, and is committed to supporting Adult figure skating in the Boston area and beyond.
Registration for Member Programs, Dinners and Events is limited to members of The Skating Club of Boston. Seminars and Public Programs are open to the figure skating community.
Current and future member events and public programs are listed on the following pages. Please continue to check back for updates and new events.