They donate so much time and offer so much support...we could not do this without them! We currently have a volunteer staff of 1 PATH, Intl. Advanced Instructor and 9 PATH Intl. Registered Instructors.
We also have countless volunteers that come out each week to help with lessons, care for the horses, maintain the property, etc. Without them, we would not be able to run! They are priceless!!!
MEET OUR INSTRUCTORS
Sharon Mason RDMS, Founder and CEO of Equine Dreams.
PATH Intl. Advanced Instructor, Associate Evaluator, Higher Education member and mentor.
Waubonsee Community College Lead Equine Program Instructor.
A Jane Savoie Certified Instructor Dressage Academy Shine A Light On Learning 2012
Barb Wrobel, PT, MHS, is a Physical Therapist, EI specialist and NDT trained. She went to the Chicago Medical School for BSPT and University of Indianapolis for her Masters in physical therapy. She is a PATH Intl. Registered Instructor and Mentor.
Rick Mason, B. S., is a PATH, Intl. Registered Instructor and Mentor. He has a degree in cell biology from Benedictine University and is Faculty for the Equine Studies Program at Waubonsee College and on the Board of Directors for Equine Dreams.
Susan Greer-Day, M.A., LPC is our Executive Assistant to the CEO, grant writer and a PATH Registered Instructor for Equine Dreams. She has a Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Texas A&M University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Illinois.
Randy is a past board member and is our current Capital Campaign Director.
Tony Hyler is Development Director for Equine Dreams. He is an Acolyte at St.John Neumann Church in St.Charles. He assists the Pastor with attending the sick and dying, dedicating himself to the Ministry of Compassionate Care. He is the Assistant Chaplain for the St. Charles Fire Department, and also supports the Police Department. When he learned of the extraordinary mission of Equine Dreams, he wrangled the members of the St. Charles Rotary Club to help with many Equine Dreams' goals, through physical and financial donations. He now is the Development Director focusing in on Equine Dreams' long-term needs. Tony started a small business in 2000, which grew to 60 employees. He now serves on the Board of Directors for five Not-For-Profit groups/facilities, and two companies. He has been married for 25 years, and is the father of four. His life is dedicated For The Greater Glory of God.