Meet Our Wright Training Ambassadors


Wilson Murphy

Will is a born and raised in Alaskan, winter has always been a big part of his life. Skiing has always been his passion, eventually bringing him to Jackson Hole. He started tuning at Teton Village Sports, which allowed him to maximize his ski time. Unfortunately, that was paired with fatigue and eventually injury. Focusing on training has been crucial after those injuries and has helped him push his skiing career. His few years in Jackson have fueled his love for the sport while these mountains continue to open his eyes to the possibilities that skiing brings.

Veronica Paulsen

Veronica fell in love with skiing at Squaw Valley, California where she began participating actively in the sport of freestyle moguls in her early teens. At 17, she qualified for the NorAm mogul tour and continued to qualify and compete on this tour for another 5 years. She’s also competed in US Ski Team Selections and the USSA National Freestyle Championships, where Veronica earned a 6th place finish in women’s dual moguls in 2014. Last season, Veronica transitioned to big mountain, and after only her first season was ranked 8th on the Americas Freeride World Qualifier Tour.

She recently graduated from Colorado College with a major in Computer Science and minors in Mathematics and French. When not skiing, she can be found rock climbing, mountain biking, or surfing.

Veronica appreciates the value of training to help prevent sports injuries and is looking forward to learning from the experts at Wright Training. With a planned regimen of intense workouts and lots of time on the mountain in Jackson, Veronica is aiming to win a Freeride World Qualifier 4-star event and earn a podium berth on at least half of this season’s competitions, which would put her in contention for the prestigious Freeride World Tour.

Daniel Tisi

Daniel started freestyle skiing at just four years old. Originally, he was a competitive park and pipe skier and continued on that path until he was 14 or so years old. Now he competes in Big Mountain Competitions. Combined, he has earned 26 medals from park and pipe, most of them being gold. He has six gold medals from Big Mountain Competitions. Last but not least, he has landed a couple segments in TGR’s Dream Factory and Way of Life.


“I plan to continue down the road of big mountain skiing with aspirations to film, not compete. I am most relaxed when filming and I have the most fun with it. Filming also takes me to new places that I’ve never been to. It pushes me to be the best skier I can be, while also keeping everything calculated and safe. Filming allows me to be very creative with what I do because there are no judges, crowds, or standards like there are in competition.”

Tara Baker

Tara Baker grew up in Indiana, cross-country skiing and working on the family garden farm. After high school, she worked as a National Volunteer, assisting in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and other natural disaster emergencies in the coastal east. She then earned her certificate as a wildland firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician going on to spend the next eight summers pursuing a rigorous and fulfilling career as a wildland firefighter and search and rescue personnel with the US Forest Service. Her winters were spent in mountain towns in Colorado and finally, Jackson, where she discovered a love for snowboarding, rock climbing, and training during her off seasons.

While finishing her 2014 fire season, she injured her ankle, setting her training back nine months. Then in 2015 began to develop back pain and tendonitis. A climbing trip resulted in a torn hip labrum and she came to Wright Training with strength imbalance issues and chronic pain. She began to experience positive results within weeks of starting training.

She aims to pull on rock (or plastic) seven days a week all summer long while finishing pre-rec classes for nursing school. “I never knew how much pain I was in until it finally started to disappear”.

Rachel Reich

The product of an east coast up bringing and western love of the outdoors, big mountains and open spaces, Rachel landed in Jackson to hone her splitboard mountaineering skills in 2012. Since then, she has spent her winters chasing technical lines in the Teton’s, with descents in Alaska, Norway, and Colorado as well. After years of pushing her riding in the backcountry, along with some overuse injuries from competitive sports in her childhood, she came to Wright Training to correct muscular imbalances and loss of strength due to those. She is a full-time marketing strategist, as well as an athlete with support from Mammut North America, Skratch Labs and Karakoram BC.