Bridle Paths Board Members

Portrait Brenda Walsh


She serves on advisory boards for collegiate chapters of Sigma Kappa sorority, one of the largest private donors to the Alzheimer’s Association at Northeastern University and MIT.


Beth Ratchford grew up in South Carolina where she was a “horse crazy” little girl. And now she’s a “horse-crazy” adult! By a circuitous career route, Beth ended up as a therapist over 20 years ago and hasn’t looked back.
Kristin with horse


As a lifelong equestrian and horse owner, I understand the connections between horses and people. Horses can see into your heart. I’ve followed Katie Fallon’s journey with Bridle Paths from its beginning, so when the opportunity to join the Board arose, I jumped on it.
Brian Horan


I learned about Bridle Paths years after moving to the DC area and am inspired by the mission and the help it provides. I am honored to be able to now also help Bridle Paths grow so that we can improve the lives of more people through Equine Assisted Services.
Carina portrait

Board Member

Carina Lyn Roselli, Esq. is a third-generation horsewoman, born and raised on farms throughout New England. She is devout to her northern roots, but during her last military posting in Arlington, the wine and horses of Northern Virginia won her and husband over, so they’re here to stay.

Annual Adopt-A-Horse Program

Your gift provides essential support for your favorite equine, providing optimal nutrition, veterinary, and farrier care that helps our equine partners to bring healing and hope to those they serve.

Adopters receive: