DRAW Professional Staff
Mark is responsible for supervision of the entire department; SRC, Outdoor Adventures, Patty Pool, Patty Ice and Outdoor Ed Center.
Valerie is responsible for the financial accounts within the department, human resource logistics, SRC Front Desk and memberships. She does a lot more, but the web-site is too small.
Assistant Director for Facilities
Erik works closely with Facilities Services to make sure our buildings are operational, clean, and user friendly. He takes responsibility for the cardiovascular and strength equipment in the SRC. Additionally, he is spear heading the Nanook Terrain Park.
Kaydee is responsible for the programming of the SRC; Intramurals, Personal Training, Group Fitness, Youth Day Camps as well as anything involving wellness programs for students.
Assistant Coordinator of Outdoor Adventures
Frank takes responsibility for the day to day operations of Outdoor Adventures with regards to trips, classes and rentals. He has a wealth of information to relay to users and works hard to make sure each customer gets what they need.
Outdoor Facilities Manager
Sam is responsible for the indoor and outdoor climbing walls, the disc golf course, Summer Adventure Camps, and the development of the Nanook Terrain Park and Outdoor Education Center.
Ice Arena and Aquatics Manager
Adam is responsible for the Patty Ice Arena and Patty Pool management, accounts, safety, etc. His duties include scheduling events, assigning life guards, and general day to day operations.
Adam grew up in Fairbanks, Alaska where he played youth hockey right here in the Fairbanks community. Adam moved on to play for the Fairbanks Ice Dogs and the Alaska Nanooks. Adam moved on to the pro hockey ranks and spent 5 years playing for the Corpus Christi IceRays.
Adam has a wife named Jessi and two pugs (Pearl Jam Powell and Lucy Powell).
Ice Arena Supervisors
The Ice Arena Supervisors are in charge of general day to day operations at the Patty Ice Arena. This includes monitoring all the public skating session; checking out locker rooms and answering questions for all the various hockey organizations during games, practices, and private rentals; sharpening skates; and driving the Zamboni to maintain the best ice in town.
As the old man at the rink, Ken enjoys maintaining and grooming the ice to always ensure the prime conditions that our users have come to enjoy. Ken also keeps an eye on the Zamboni maintenance with greasing, oil, tires, and general condition. When someone backs up the toilet he becomes a plumber. If someone spills, he becomes the janitor, it's all in a day's work.