Mikey has been an incredible volunteer and has jumped in full speed ahead anywhere and everywhere we needed her. She was a tremendous help during our Hawai’i Adaptive Surfing Championships from set up to tear down and we honestly don’t know what we would have done without her! Welcome to the crazy AccesSurf ‘ohana!
Tell us a little about yourself.
Mikey Provost, born and raised in Nebraska, love anything that involves being outside especially in the water
How and when you did you get started with Accessurf?
Learned about ASH during a business zoom meeting. I was meeting with someone who happened to be a friend of Cara’s, she saw my surf boards behind me and recommended I check them out. Dec 2021 at Pokai Bay was my first “DATB”
What does AccesSurf mean to you?
AccesSurf to me is about adapting to whatever situation you find yourself in and helping others through the healing nature of simply being in the ocean. Being able to handle any situation good or bad, with a smile and support for those around you is the biggest lesson I’ve learned and why I keep coming back.
What is your favorite AccesSurf memory?
The entire week of HASC. Such a cool way to get to know people from all over the world with different capabilities all coming together for a similar goal.
Anything you want to say or share with our AccesSurf ‘ohana?
The community of ASH is phenomenal and so far reaching. I’m so incredibly thankful to get to volunteer with these people.