Eric Dooley-Feldman has worked as an outdoor guide, counselor, coach, and educator throughout the world. After graduating from Connecticut College with a Bachelors degree in Anthropology in 2009, he moved to Wyoming to pursue a passion for outdoor adventure and exploration. Since then, Eric has served as a Naturalist throughout the National Parks and Forests of California, an adventure guide for students in Costa Rica, a community service and cultural immersion trip leader in Ecuador, a master senior field guide for Open Sky Wilderness Therapy, a guidance counselor in residential group homes, and an alpine ski coach for 10-14 year old racers in the Tetons of Wyoming. Eric is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Organizational Systems and Leadership in Humane Education. He is passionate about furthering the integration of outdoor exploration, play, and experiential learning into schools around the world. Currently, Eric works as a program manager with the JUMP! Experiences team, designing and facilitating experiential education curriculums throughout South Asia. Eric is a firm believer in leading by example, sharing his own passions in order to inspire youth in finding their own. In his free time, Eric enjoys exploring mountains with his dog Iris, and getting lost in his imagination.