As an undergraduate professor, mountain guide, program director, television personality & host, corporate, instructor & SAR trainer, I have been teaching, training and leading people in the outdoors for the past 23 years. I founded, own and operate the Jackson Hole Outdoor Leadership Institute, Inc. An educational think tank devoted to developing and delivering curriculum in the areas of avalanche education and prehospital emergency medical training in the urban and wilderness environment.

Currently, I am an Adjunct Faculty member at Central Wyoming College and Northern Vermont University, American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE) Level 1 & 2 Course Leader and Instructor & Pro Trainer, American Mountain Guides (AMGA) Single Pitch Instructor, Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (WEMT), State of Wyoming EMS Coordinator, Evaluator & Instructor, American Heart Association Instructor and American Red Cross Instructor.

I support the interests of education through my involvement as a member of the Education Review Committee for the American Avalanche Association and Advisory Board Member for AIARE. In my free time you can find me sliding on the snow, running over the dirt and scrambling over the rocks in the Tetons.

Please feel free to contact me for consulting in any of my areas of expertise.