Ronna Gladstone

Personal Profile:
Ronna Gladstone is a longtime coach at The Skating Club of Boston who worked alongside many of the Club’s famed coaches such as Bobby Black. Ronna’s passion for skating continues to this day as she continues to inspire generations of athletes. Outside of the arena, Ronna enjoys spending time with her grandchildren and volunteering for the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress.

Formal Education:
Graduate of Manter Hall School, Cambridge MA

Coaching Philosophy:
I wish for my skaters to find happiness in reaching their full potential and to be proud of each and every accomplishment. I have a great respect and passion for the art of teaching and enjoy sharing the knowledge I’ve accumulated with every level of athlete. I have done my job when my students venture on to the next chapter of their life with happy and fulfilled hearts from their time skating.  

Coaching Since:

PSA Ratings:

PSA Rankings:
Level VI

Students’ Competitive Achievements:
Regional, Sectional, National and International Medalists
World Team Member

Last 4 Years – Students’ Competitive Achievements:

Free Skating, Moves in the Field

Competitive Background:
Juvenile: Senior Regional Champion
Juvenile: Senior Sectional Medalist
U.S. National Competitor
Figure and Free Style Gold Medalist

Show History:

Coaching Awards, Accomplishments & Seminars:

Skating Awards, & Accomplishments:
Featured in Maribel Vinson Owen’s book, “The Fun of Figure Skating”; Sports Illustrated Article, “ You Can Learn To Skate”, by Maribel Vinson Owen

Affiliation with U.S. Figure Skating, PSA, ISU:
Member, U.S. Figure Skating
Member, PSA