Tricia is a Colorado native, born in Boulder and raised in Douglas County. She is a self-taught sculptor working in bronze. She and her husband live south of Castle Rock with their horses, dogs and Black Angus cattle. Tricia is currently working on her PATH Certification to become an instructor for Colorado HorsePower.
Prior to Colorado HorsePower, Tricia worked for the Jon Marie Centre as a Motor Coach. She coached clients on neuro-processing skills, which included rhythm, timing, sequencing, and motor planning. She used many cross-lateral exercises that help the brain’s neurotransmitters come to life. She also worked on neurodevelopmental skills such as visual (i.e., processing, memory, discrimination), auditory (i.e., processing, memory, discrimination), and kinesthetic (i.e., fine/gross, eye tracking, left/right orientation, spatial orientation, vestibular system and the proprioceptive system) capabilities.
In addition, Tricia was the leader of the Douglas County Dally’s Roping 4-H Club for 12 years. The program’s main objective was teaching children, ranging in age from 8 to 18 years, horsemanship and roping skills on live cattle.
Tricia is a graduate of the Colorado Institute of Art with a degree in Ad Design and Douglas County High School.