Sarah Cuddy (based in Baker City) has spent nearly a decade as an outdoor educator, leading experiential-based leadership expeditions all across the west. She joins us most recently from a statewide nonprofit where she worked as a community organizer advocating for Oregon's public lands. Sarah has a B.S. in Environmental Science and a minor in Biology from the University of Oregon. As a life-long Oregonian, Sarah attended outdoor school as a sixth grader and is passionate about making outdoor school and outdoor experiences more accessible to all of Oregon's youth. In her free time, Sarah enjoys exploring remote parts of eastern Oregon's high deserts and forests with her husband Ethan and their dog Cody. She enjoys being outside in many forms but has a special affinity for backpacking and fly-fishing.