NODA Newsletter Team
NODA publishes 12 newsletter
issues annually which highlight equestrian events and news.
Packed with information valuable to NODA members and
the equestrian community at large, every issue
includes articles, news, events, clinic reviews, and
Newsletter Lead Editor & Corral Magazine
Mosie joined the team in 2012
and has served in various newsletter roles. As of 2018
NODA News Issue 12, Mosie is the Lead Editor of the
newsletter team, in addition to submitting monthly news and
articles to "The
Corral Magazine". As a former successful
co-editor of NODA News, Mosie brings a wealth of experience
to this role.
Over the years, she has dabbled in horse show volunteer work
(tabulating, equipment check, scribing,) and writing
articles for the newsletter. Her current dressage partner is
her 2008 Welsh cross pony, Aleksandr Robyn (aka Alaska). At home are husband, Denis,
her Frieisian mare, Sietske, Alaska, and two standard
poodles, Supai and Piegan. When she isn't riding, she
treasures time with their grandchildren, taking dance
lessons, hiking, and gardening.
Heidi joined our Newsletter Team in January 2018.
Working closely with the Newsletter team, Heidi will help
develop content, write articles, help format, and review the newsletter.
Heidi has had a lifelong love of horses, and finally got her
first horse 18 years ago. Retired after 28 years working in a machine shop where she
did everything from running machines to office work, Heidi
now devotes her time to working with her beloved horses,
Merlin (in picture), and Tucker (also known as "Got That
Right") and working at her barn. She enjoys
competing at dressage shows with both horses, and hopes to
do some breed shows. In her spare time,
she also enjoys creating and producing beautiful custom embroidery.
Jennifer Cooper, Advertising & Classifieds Editor
Jen joined our Newsletter Team in January 2019.
She is the contact for newsletter and website advertising,
including classified ads. Horses have almost
always been a part of her life. Growing up she rode
Children's Hunters until College. When her
daughter showed an interest in horses and lessons, she was
able to get back in to horses as a mother/daughter bonding
experience. As a NODA member, Jen wanted to give
back to NODA for being welcoming and friendly to her and her
daughter. With degrees in interior design, art,
and education, she's currently taking a break from high
school teaching which leaves time to work with the