Speaking and Appearances -

Great news! Emily can be booked for your next guest appearance, motivational or keynote addresses, panel, grand opening, autograph signing, employee event, or exclusive meet and greet.

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Bio -

Emily Cook Lauer is a 3x Olympian, 7x National Champion and 4x World Cup Champion in the sport of Freestyle Aerial Skiing. She followed her athletic career by becoming the first woman head coach within the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team, as well as coaching the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team in PyeongChang, South Korea.

Throughout her career, Emily has worked with high-level athletes to reach their individual athletic and philanthropic goals. At Classroom Champions, she supported athletes in mentoring grade school students across North America. With Kids Play Int’l she traveled to Rwanda to help promote gender equity through sport, and with Right to Play she traveled to Tanzania and Jordan to support programming designed to protect, educate and empower children to rise above adversity using the power of play. She also has spent time working in the high performance field with athletes at Red Bull and Skullcandy. She now sits on the US. Ski and Snowboard Board of Directors and is an athlete representative on the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee’s Athlete Advisory Council.

Emily is an experienced public speaker and commentator, has broad media experience, and has been a host and moderator for Eminent Speaker Series events.

Originally From Boston, Emily now lives in the mountains of Park City, Utah and in her free time loves skiing and traveling with her family.

Athletic Bio

Diversity aside, national champion and ex-gymnast Emily Cook never let go of a dream to compete in the Olympics. Sidelined by two broken feet only days after making the 2002 Olympic Team, Cook watched her hometown Olympics from a wheelchair, and missed three World Cup seasons while rehabilitating. She persevered and returned to compete in the winter of 2005 reaching her Olympic dream in '06 in Italy, the Vancouver Olympics in ’10 and again in Sochi in 2014.

After 2006, Cook added difficulty to her repertoire, which gave her the edge she needed to make it to the top. She won her first World Cup in front of over 30,000 spectators in downtown Moscow in 2008. The confidence from her success left her amped about continuing to tighten her triple-twisting double back flips and led her to the podium many times in the years to follow. In 2013 Cook reached her goal of an overall World Cup top three, finishing the season ranked 2nd in the world and making the 2014 US Winter Olympic Team for a third time in Sochi, Russia.

Emily is known for overcoming obstacles, motivating others, and elevating her games to a new level. She loves sharing that passion with the world.

Quick Stats:

Resides: Park City, Utah
Hometown: Belmont, MA
Birthday: July 1, 1979
Height: 5'3''
College: University of Utah
High School: Carabassett Valley Academy and Belmont High School

Athletic Accomplishments:

3 X Olympian (2006, 2010, 2014)
7 x US National Champion
4x World Cup Champion 


3 X Olympian, 7 X National Champion, 4x World Cup Champion - Aerial Skiing 

Olympic and U.S. Ski Team Head Coach
Skullcandy - Manager of Sport and Human Potential

O2X - High Performance Specialist

Red Bull - High Performance Consultant
Classroom Champions - Athlete Mentor Manager

Public Speaker, Commentator and Moderator