Winslow Staff


Sue Ferro, Executive Director, EMAIL:

Priscilla OrrFinancial Consultant, Winslow TRC and CLC Foundation, EMAIL:

Janet Victor and Vicki WolfAdministrative Assistants, EMAIL:

Stacy Lenz,  Head Riding Instructor, PATH Intl. Advanced Certified Instructor & Mentor, EMAIL:

Carolyn Beisiegel, Marketing/Events/Fundraising Assistant, PATH Intl. Certified Instructor, OTA/S, EMAIL:

Volunteer Team,


Virginia G. Mazza
Masters in Education, Syracuse University. Special Education Teacher for 25 years. Jini was a Founding member of Winslow, Board Member, and previous Executive Director. She has been instrumental in the development and growth of Winslow’s programming, including seminars, trainings, and fundraisers. Under Jini’s direction, Winslow has become an internationally known leader in the field of Therapeutic Riding and Equine Assisted Therapy.

She is a Special Olympic Equestrian Judge, the past Chair of *NARHA Region 2, a member of CAN (Competition Association of *NARHA) and Lead Visitor for the *NARHA on-site Riding Program Accreditation Process. Jini is retired since early 2004, but continues to serve Winslow as a consultant and grant writer. (*NARHA is now – PATH Intl.

PATH Intl. Advanced Riding Instructors

Stacy Lenz (PATH Intl. Mentor)

Cathe Struble

Riding Instructors

Judy Lalley


Adult Day Program Specialists

Rebecca Bonomo

Linda Mills

Classroom & Barn Instructors


PATH Intl. Certified Riding Instructors

Carolyn Beisiegel

Joyce DeGhetto

Alisa Fox

Susanna Kugler

Linda Mills


Equine Care & Grounds Specialists

Justin Endrikat

Eloy Torreblanca

Virginia H. Martin, 1931- 2008
Ms. Martin had been the President and Head Riding Instructor of Borderland Farm since 1962. She was a past President of the Eastern States Dressage & martinCombined Training Association and an honorary lifetime member of the Windy Hollow Hunt.

Ms. Martin was a graduate of Skidmore College, who started a film production company in the 1950s. She put that background to use with the production of the films, “Saddle Pals” and “Challenged Equestrians”. Both were innovative documentaries about therapeutic riding; a field she helped pioneer. She was instrumental in creating Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center in the early seventies. Ms. Martin was a former Program Inspector of the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association, receiving the James Brady Professional Achievement Award for her lifetime of accomplishments in the field. This includes organizing the first regional equestrian competition for the disabled and demonstrations at the National Horse Show, coaching riders at international competitions, giving clinics and presentations on therapeutic riding throughout the world.

Board of Directors

Roger Cooper, Chairman

Linda Sampson, Vice Chairman

George Moskowitz, CPA, Treasurer

Matthew Persanis, Esq., Secretary

Leo Kaytes, Director

Stan Martin, Director

Jack Minoff, Esq., Director

Levan Natalishvili, Esq., Director

John Signorelli, Director

Hon. Dana Winslow, Director