My interest in trails was unavoidable. My father, Alonzo Leger, founded the Fundy Footpath so I spent a considerable amount of my youth exploring the Fundy Coastline with him in the 80`s and 90`s. This early exposure to trails led to a life-long passion. Today I`m an avid paddler, backpacker and mountain biker.
In 2012 I was fortunate to turn my passion for trails into a career when I started working for Trans Canada Trail (TCT) and after 3 years with TCT I accepted a position at Fundy National Park where I currently manage a trail revitalization project In my free time I stay involved with trails as a volunteer. I`m an executive member of the Fundy Hiking Trails Association and I help to maintain, promote and advocate for both the Dobson Trail and the Fundy Footpath. In 2016 I accepted the role of co-chair with the Friends of Mill Creek, a group tasked with guiding the development of the Mill Creek Nature Park. Over the past year I have been working with other regional stakeholders to create a Trail Town program in South Eastern New Brunswick. The goal of this program is to help communities maximize the benefits of their local trails and to enhance the connectivity of trails throughout the region.