A glimpse into

what I've learned where I've climbed who I've spoken to

“Only those who risk going too far can find out how far they can go.”

T. S. Eliot
Certifications

Outdoor Educators (NOLS)
Leave No Trace Master
Wilderness First Responder (WFR)
WAFA: Wilderness Advanced First Aid
Snow Progression on Incline + Glaciar Transit
AST1 – Avalanche Training
Glacier Transit and Rescue
Winter Mountaineering Techniques
Intro to Rock Climbing
Intro to Ice Climbing
High Altitude Illnesses
Open Water Diver

ACC Coach (ICF)

Mountains

Aconcagua, Argentina – 6,962 m / 22,841 ft
Ojos del Salado, Chile – 6,884 m / 22,585 ft
Sajama, Bolivia – 6,542 m / 21,463 ft
Illimani, Bolivia – 6,438 m / 21,122 ft
Tortolas, Chile – 6,160 m / 20,210 ft
Marmolejo, Chile – 6,108 m / 20,039 ft
Huayna Potosi, Bolivia – 6,088 m / 19,974 ft
San Jose, Chile – 5,856 m / 19,213 ft
El Plomo, Chile – 5,424 m / 17,795 ft
Bonete, Argentina – 5,000 m / 16,404 ft
Leonera, Chile – 4,950 m / 16,240 ft
El Pintor, Chile – 4,180 m / 13,714 ft
La Parva, Chile – 4,047 m / 13,278 ft
Piuquencillo, Chile – 4,047 m / 13,278 ft
Retumbadero Alto, Chile – 4,000 m / 13,123 ft
San Gabriel, Chile – 3,125 m / 10,253 ft
Torres del Paine Q Circuit (11 days), Chile
Torres del Avellano Circuit (14 days), Chile

Speaking

Rotary Club, Wisconsin, USA
NextGen Leaders, Corporate Engagement, Chile
WeWork, Chile
Mountain Film Festival (Moderator), Chile
Executive Team, Corporate Engagement, Chile

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