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DEDICATED TEAM

Our trips are guided by women whose lives are captivated by the wild; whose lives are choicelessly dedicated to the never-ending adventure of being lost in the mountains.  These women possess mountaineering skills that can solely be acquired by being mentored for thousands of hours by other mountaineers that have been mentored by those who trekked before them.

Ashley Dwight - Executive Director & Spiritual Program Director

Firefighter PM, AIARE1, BAS

Ashley is the Spiritual Program Director for WWP.   She is passionate about the alchemy of outdoor adventure and facilitated spiritual work. She is currently completing coursework toward her BAS in Leadership & Management with an Applied Science in Paramedicine.  Ashley held the Director & Spiritual leader role of Center for Spiritual Living Aspen for 2 years.  Her work has included leading meditations, teaching spiritual classes, speaking & facilitating one-on-one spiritual counseling.  Ashley works as a full-time Firefighter Paramedic for Roaring Fork Fire Rescue outside of Aspen, CO.  Ashley has her AIARE1 certification in Avalanche training and worked as a ski patroller for three years.

Cre Donovan ~ Wilderness Program Director

Certified Wilderness Counselor, Emergency RN, Risk Manager

Cre has served as an emergency room nurse in Aspen for over 15 years and is highly regarded and respected for her expertise and wisdom concerning patient care and working well alongside her colleagues.  Cre is a certified Wilderness Instructor having completed her training and experience with the National Outdoor Leadership School.  Cre has proven experience in safely & effectively leading groups through the wilderness and into their own personal self discovery and healing.  These trips were guided through rugged back-country terrain and typically lasted approximately 30 days.  Cre was also a highly respected member of the Snowmass Ski Patrol for 15 years.   She followed her passion  and became head of the Avalanche dog program at Snowmass Mountain.  She is currently studying at The University of Santa Monica toward her Masters certificate in Spiritual Psychology.

Carey Favoloro

EMT, BA, Ski Patrol

B.A. Conservation Biology, Minor Psychology, Middlebury College
EMT, Colorado Mountain College

A native of the northeast, Carey first discovered her love of the natural world in the deciduous forests of New England. As a student of biology in Middlebury, Vermont, Carey's appreciation for nature only grew as her scientific knowledge expanded. After working with several environmental education organizations in the northeast, Carey became a naturalist at the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies three years ago. She has spent the past few years leading nature hikes and snowshoe tours and loves using the natural landscape as the basis for science education. Carey now ski patrols in the winter months on Aspen Mountain. 

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