Caryn Stoll Unger
Caryn Stoll Unger is a former member of the US Freestyle Ski Team (Aerials: 1986-1992). Leading into the 1992 Olympics, Caryn was ranked 8th in the world and 2nd in the United States (W Aerials) when she suffered an injury; after which she retired from competitive skiing to focus on her education. After graduating from Brooklyn Law School with a JD and a brief career practicing law, Caryn shifted her attention to Marketing. In 2001, Caryn started Freestyle Marketing LLC, a promotions and branding agency specializing in sports and Consumer Packaged Goods. In 2016 Caryn retired from Freestyle Marketing to focus on nonprofit opportunities. While Caryn has no children of her own, she is the “Cool Aunt, Hip Cousin and Big Kid” who can be found hanging out with the kids and knowing how to play. Currently, Caryn sits on the Board of Sutton Place Synagogue in New York City where she is Co-Chair of the Marketing Committee. Caryn is also a board member of Kid’s Play International, a grassroots NGO that promotes gender equity through Sport and the Olympic values in communities impacted by genocide. Additionally Caryn is actively involved in Project Sunshine, is on the Board and serves on the Marketing and Programming Committees. Project Sunshine is an organization that brings joy and play to pediatric patients. Caryn was the first female Honoree for the most recent 12th Annual Project Sunshine Golf Tournament which raised the most money of any of the previous years. Finally, Caryn is passionately involved with The National Ability Center in Park City, Utah where she volunteers as an Adaptive Ski Instructor during the winter months and participates on the Marketing Committee. You can also find her at the start and finish line of the Summit Challenge, announcing and cheering on the riders as they embark upon, and cross the finish line of their rides. When not in New York, Caryn and her husband, Howard can be found in Park City, Utah where they are avid skiers, golfers, cyclists, hikers and food & wine enthusiasts. Selecting the perfect wine for “Apres Sport” is high on their list of priorities. And just in case you are wondering, yes, Caryn still gets some air under her skis. Only now she stays upright.