THE AMBASSADOR TEAM
They’re fly fishing world-record holders, licensed guides, outdoor educators, wounded veterans, film makers and broadcast producers. But most importantly, they’re amazing. Each and every one of them. The women that comprise the Able Women Ambassador Team – despite the differences in their backgrounds – all share a common understanding of how enriching fly fishing can be. For some, its been a life saver. For others, its shaped a career. But no matter the particular role fly fishing has played in their lives, each of the founding members of the Able Women Team are a living testament to the positive role fly fishing can play in a woman’s life. And they are all equally passionate about sharing that with women throughout the U.S., and even the world. Please check back soon to view upcoming events at which these very capable women will appear.
Meredith works/travels for Tailwaters Fly Fishing Travel, out of Dallas, Texas as a lodge scout, ambassador and trip hostess. She has parlayed her passion for fishing and travel into doing some fun TV and film work with a fly rod in hand, stalking fish on flats, rivers and lakes around the globe and in her home state.
As an avid outdoor enthusiast, Lori-Ann discovered the excitement of experiencing nature through fly fishing on her home waters of southwest Montana, Idaho’s Snake River and the Jackson Hole area of Wyoming. In 1989, Lori-Ann was the first woman to be named an Orvis-Endorsed fly-fishing guide.
Diana grew up in the far western suburbs of Chicago. She spent much of her youth vacationing in the Florida Keys, where at a very young age her father introduced her to fishing. Diana’s first encounter with a tarpon left her enchanted and this propelled her into the realm of fly fishing.
Kami lives just outside of Washington, DC with her husband. She’s a firm believer that fish respond to cute outfits, although she can’t empirically prove it yet. She’s a professional graphic designer, photographer and filmmaker. When she isn’t working, find her on the trail or on the water with a fly rod and camera in hand.
Kate has been fly fishing since her father put a fly rod in her hand at six years old, and since then there has been no turning back. She grew up fishing the technical dry-fly waters of the Upper Delaware River in Pennsylvania and New York, which quickly became her home waters.