Meet Our Tribe
Trailblazers. Soul friends. Lovers of all things wild and free.
Our inner circle is a powerhouse of authenticity and vulnerability. We are living and breathing this work and feel a deep calling in our souls to share these tools with women around the world who are curious and willing to experiment with the adventure of their life.
Join the Adventure
Regardless of where you’re living, there are plenty of ways to join the conversation that is evolving daily among our tribe. The intention behind any of the offerings we’re writing or posting about here is to playfully uplift, inspire and reawaken the curious seeker in all of us. So pull up a comfy spot and join us at the virtual campfire… there is magic in the air and the fun is just beginning. Check out the latest blog posts below!
She has spent the last 5 years in Wyoming – exploring remote locations by way of hunting, fishing, rafting, kayaking, sailing and trekking … coming closer to nature and providing for herself. Genuinely interested in learning about others, and herself, she has a contagious positive energy and endearing curiosity. She is passionate for travel and adventure, and admittedly addicted to really good food and sustainability.
As a guide, she has supported others in expanding their horizons using different exploratory mediums like climbing, rafting and skiing in ways that have really brought her into the present unlike anything else. She says, “I believe it allows for magic to happen. This is the “in between” where we are more rigorous in our creation and abandon ourselves. As we let go – we soften. I will meet you there.”
Kat is a climber, mountaineer, runner, and back country skier. She is an accomplished real-estate agent and loving mother of her now 23-year-old son Zaid. She loves being outdoors whenever and wherever she can. En route to climb the Himalayan peak, Gangchenpo her mountaineering team was caught in the devastating 2015 Nepal earthquake and avalanche. Surviving, after being trapped for days just above the buried village of Lang Tang she returned home and has worked tirelessly since with rebuilding efforts in the region. Her harrowing story of rescue is featured in, Nightmare on Everest a BBC documentary about the Nepal earthquake. As a backcountry guide, mentor and outdoor teacher for Girls Inc., Big City Mountaineers, Camp Opportunity and the YMCA, she has provided leadership and outdoor adventures for all ages. She is dedicated to introducing others to her beloved mountain adventures.
Kat and Jen first met while working with Outdoor Outreach in 2007. They took a team of 6, 15 year-old girls on a weeklong backpacking trip in Sequoia National Park. Despite all the challenges, they realized instantly that they made a great team and have been enjoying outdoor projects both personally and professionally together ever since. They are currently co-facilitating the women’s lead climbing workshop Lead Darefully.
Join the Adventure
Regardless of where you’re living, there are plenty of ways to join the conversation that is evolving daily among our tribe. The intention behind any of the offerings we’re writing or posting about here is to playfully uplift, inspire and reawaken the curious seeker in all of us. So pull up a comfy spot and join us at the virtual campfire… there is magic in the air and the fun is just beginning.