Antoinette was born in Kentucky to former Canadian alpine ski racers. Throughout her childhood her family moved to France, Canada and back to the United States but skiing remained her central passion. She graduated from Washington state’s Interlake High School in 2015 while racing for the Whistler Mountain Ski Club. Following graduation, she chose to transition to Ski Cross from Alpine after competing in many Nor-Am and South American cups, as well as podiuming in FIS Downhill, the US Pacific Northwest season overall and South American races.

In 2017 Antoinette was nominated to the Canadian National Development Team after completing her first full season of Ski Cross. She has since been racing Ski Cross at the Nor-Am, South American, Europa Cup level and World Cup level.

She loves sharing her passion with others and has spent 6 summers coaching with various local clubs in Chile and Argentina. Currently she is unable to continue coaching due to her training commitments with the national team and has since been channeling her mentorship spirit into her athlete mentor role with the Classroom Champions initiative.

Off the slopes, Antoinette graduated with distinction from the University of Calgary with an Bachelor of Arts in International Relations in 2022 and is hoping to learn German through the Calgary Public Library’s Rosetta Stone.