Beth Robertson - Office Manager
Beth Wilkerson - Program Assistant
Leslie Lambert - Weekday barn manager
Danashia Cronch - Weekend barn manager
Haley Rigling - Therapeutic Riding Instructor
Beth Robertson, Office Manager
When Beth started volunteering at Dream Riders in 2020 she had no experience with horses. She thought it would be fun and a good way to donate her time! Since then, she has not only learned a great deal about horses, she has learned a great deal about herself! She cherishes the fact that she continues to learn something new every day!
Beth is responsible for the day-to-day tasks in the office, assists with volunteer recruitment, helps schedule classes, takes care of the horses, and the million other little things it takes to make Dream Riders a wonderful place!
Her favorite thing about DRK is watching the participants blossom and grow and learn to overcome challenges!
Beth Wilkerson, Program Assistant (Part Time)
Beth started as a volunteer in 2019 with a vast amount of horse knowledge and life skills in the retail industry. Beth has been a great help in a multitude of ways including horse training, administration, leading and side walking. Beth has accomplished the in-house PATH Intl. CTRI and ESMHL training.
Leslie Lambert - Weekday barn manager (Part Time)
Leslie started as a barn manager in March 2023. She does everything necessary to take care of the horses in the morning, and helps to take care of our human participants in our morning classes! She loves being around the horses and seeing the excited faces of the clients in classes!
Haley Rigling - Therapeutic Riding Instructor (Part Time)
Haley started volunteering at Dream Riders in 2019 and quickly fell in love with the riders and the horses! She currently teaches therapeutic riding classes and guides and assist volunteers. She previously worked as the weekend barn manager.
Her favorite thing about working at DRK are all the smiles she sees from the volunteers, riders, and their parents.
Haley plans to become a special education teacher as well as continuing to be a therapeutic riding instructor.