Office Staff & Board

Johnny O -
Killington Ski Club Manager

John Okolovich graduated from New Hampshire College and moved to Killington to teach skiing and tennis. He was promoted to the Killington Ski School Director in 1982 and held that position through 1997. He also directed a summer ski and tennis program in Europe. From 1997 – 2007 JO was the competitions coordinator and in 2008 he became the first Killington Ski Club Manager. His credentials include Level 3 PSIA Certification and a National Certified USSA Alpine Official. He enjoys spending his summers playing golf and fishing on his boat with Roxy, his German Shepherd.

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Janet Larson
Member Services

This is Janet's 8th season working at KSC.  She is married to Karl and they have a son Cody, daughter in-law Heidi.  They have 2 grandchildren, Levi and Linnea.   Karl is past Superintendent at Rutland Country Club.  He has recently retired.  Janet enjoy's skiing in the winter and golf in the summer and anything that has to do with water.   She enjoy's trips to Michigan's West Coast, in the summer to spend time with her Mom and family.



I. President – Michael Castellini
II. Vice President – Bryan Hopkins
III. Treasurer – Tom Mason
IV. Secretary – David Seaver
2. Board of Directors Slate (Directors)
I. Finance Committee Chairman – Tom Mason
II. Scholarship & Program Oversight Committee Chairman – Bryan Hopkins
III. Past President – Chris Clarke
IV. Membership Committee Chairman – Kim Burcin
V. Skiing Committee Chairman – Gordy Brewster
VI. Clubhouse Committee Chairman – Dan Hulsebosch/ Greg Jenne
VII. Fundraising and Community Outreach – Amy Alvarez / Chris Clarke / Steve Dispenza
VIII. Competition Events/ IT department – Chase Morsey
IX. KSC/KMS Program & Event Director – Chuck Hughes

X. Club Manager & Advisory Director – John Okolovich  Member Services Janet Larson 

Nominating Committee Chair-Mike Castellini

Michael Castellini
KSC President


Stephen Dispenza

Steve and his wife Jill and their two children Nicole and Matthew joined the club in 2009 as a way for the whole family to meet new friends at the mountain and for their children to participate in the programs. Stephen started coming to Killington back in the 70's on High School ski trips. In the late 80's he partnered with 3 others from NJ and bought a home(much to the chagrin of JO) on Cubs Councourse. He sold his share of the house in 1994 and moved to Bermuda for 8 years. Upon his return the family bought a home in 2005 on Roaring Brook Road. Their daughter Nicole is a competitive gymnast and no longer skis in the programs, but enjoys the club and their son Matthew skis with the freestyle mogul program. Stephen is an FX Currency broker in New York City.

Bryan Hopkins
Chair Planning Committee
KSC/KMS Development Programs Oversight Board

Bryan Hopkins is a past President of KSC, and currently serves as the Chair of the Planning Committee on the KSC Board of Directors. He also is one of three KSC Board members who head up the KSC/KMS Development Programs Oversight Board in conjunction with selected KMS Trustees. The Oversight Board is responsible for the high level planning, and oversight of the full range of KSC/KMS Development Programs for our athletes.

Bryan is a long time skier, and has over 25 years of experience in the ski industry as an alpine coach, ski instructor, guide for photo services/cinematic productions, and in retail/wholesale industry operations. He is currently is PSIA Level 3 Certified, USSA certified coach and official, and an active coach in KSC’s Skillfuls Program. Bryan previously coached for over 10 years in the Killington and KMS weekend competitive programs with athletes in the U-10 to U16 age range.

He and his family, (wife Beth Ellen, sons Travis and Kris) have been members of KSC for over 20 years, have a long standing commitment to KSC and KMS, and all share a love of the sport of skiing.

In his professional life, Mr. Hopkins is currently the President of Comm-Tract Corp in Massachusetts, a privately held company which provides design, engineering, and construction of fiber optic networks, wireless networks, and other telecommunications infrastructure services. He has over 28 years of experience in the telecommunications industry.

Tom Mason
Wife Amanda and four kids; Julia, Jake, Kyle and Sarah.  
Vermont skiing since 1984, raised all the kids at Quechee until we ran out of hill then over to Killington in 2008.  
All four kids have been Alpine racers in KMS and KSC programs over the years.
University of New Hampshire 1981, BSME
Business owner in Fairfield CT.
Quechee Ski Team Director/coach, 2001 to 2007.
Fairfield High School Ski coach 2004 to present.
PSIA 35 years, level III. Instructor at Park City and the old Vernon Valley Great Gorge in NJ.
USSA coach Level II