Hometown: Carson City, Nevada
Resides: South Lake Tahoe, California
Jen Kotter, known to many simply as “that World Cup girl”, is much more than meets the eye. Jen came into this crazy world of professional skateboarding from the USASA (United States of America Amateur Snowboard/Ski Association), it was there that she forged her relationships with the Bosticks and computer guy, Jason Toutolmin. Together they strived to create a database and automated scoring system that would suit the many needs of WCS.
Jen takes a real interest in the World Cup Tour and does whatever is necessary to insure the events run smoothly and the results are correct and complete. She has made herself an integral part of the WCS staff over the years and has succeeded to find work outside of WCS for her efforts. Jen has worked closely with ESPN as a lead researcher for skate and snow, the Vans Triple Crown Series, Gravity Games, Girls Learn To Ride, and the USASA National Championships to name a few.
Currently Jen has taken on the duties of Youth Marketing Event Manager for Sierra-at-Tahoe Ski Resort where she plans and executes numerous demos, events and photo shoots and acts as the Sierra Freestyle team manager during the winter months.
Jen loves coming home to Tahoe after traveling the world. She is an outdoor enthusiast who loves to mountain bike, wakeboard, snowboard and skateboard.