Wilderness Adventurer, Environmental Educator and Level 3 Kayak Coach and Guide
Nature has its own way of keeping balance, and so does Sarah. The two are usually intertwined. Sarah lives on the sandy beaches of the Bahamas, but she grew up in the snow-capped mountains of Colorado. Sarah spent time adventuring in Central and South America, teaching English and surfing in Mexico, and working in sea turtle conservation and monkey rehabilitation in Costa Rica. When she’s not filling her time making awesome jewelry from found objects or salsa dancing, she works as a scuba, snorkel and kayak guide; marine researcher; and teacher in astronomy, physics, and marine sciences. Sarah earned degrees in Political Science and Latin American History from Evergreen State College and a Master’s in Education as part of the Environmental Education and Sustainability Curriculum, from the University of Washington. She is a certified Wilderness First Responder and BCU (British Canoe Union) level 3 coach.