Skydiving is in Sarah’s blood, with both parents as pilots and her father also an avid skydiver it was no surprise to anyone when she made her first jump on her 16th birthday. Sarah’s love of the sport has only grown as she’s spread out to other disciplines. Probably one of the most naturally gifted personalities you’ll find on any dropzone Sarah’s traveled all over the world meeting all sorts of people through skydiving and it’s become one of her favorite things about the sport. Especially memorable was a sunrise jump off the coast of a tiny Panamanian Island.
IT manager, AFF-I Coordinator
Rob made his first 3 jumps in 1981, at a time when they trained via static line. A friend of his convinced him to come out and give it a try. It wouldn’t be until 2000 though that his passion for the sport really kicked in. In the 19 years since Rob has competed in competitions across multiple disciplines, won several awards and became CPI’s AFF Coordinator. There isn’t a weekend that goes by that you won’t find Rob at the Dropzone, teaching classes, taking up new students, or just plain fun jumping. Rob’s accumulated skydiving knowledge has made him an asset to jumpers of all experience levels
AFF Instructor (previously served 3 years as club President)
Monique made her first (tandem) skydive in the summer of 2010 while getting her degree in Chemistry from UCONN and instantly fell in love and hasn’t stopped since. A former member of the UCONN Skydive team. Monique found her passion in competitive team formation jumping. In her first year at the USPA National Championships she made her most memorable jump in the last round of the competition. Tied for 2nd place her team Centerpoint pulled off an amazing round that secured them the Silver Medal.