Understanding, Evaluating, and Communicating Risk with Sarah Carpenter from AAI

The Jackson Hole Babe Force is excited to invite you to spend this Sunday evening, December 7, talking about risk – understanding risk, evaluating risk, and communicating risk- with Sarah Carpenter from the American Avalanche Institute. While Sarah will be focused mainly on risk as it pertains to snow and avalanches, conversations and concepts about risk can always be applied to our daily lives and other activities.

Sarah will begin her talk at 5:00 pm at the Wright Training gym, located at 3620 South Park Drive, Jackson, WY.

Please RSVP by clicking here if you plan to attend so that we can monitor numbers. We would LOVE for you to share this invite with other lady rippers who are interested in learning more about risk management during winter recreation.

About Sarah Carpenter: SARAH CARPENTER has spent most of her life on skis. She has been working in the field of snow and snow science since 1998, when she started as a ski patroller at Bridger Bowl in Bozeman, MT. Sarah has led mountaineering trips in the U.S., Chile, and India for numerous companies. She teaches level 1, 2, and 3 avalanche courses throughout the west during the winter. She also works a ski guide for the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Exum Mountain Guides. In the summer, she is a mountain guide for Alpine Ascents International, where she does her best to keep up with her husband, Don.

About American Avalanche Institute: The American Avalanche Institute, founded by Rod Newcomb, began teaching avalanche awareness and hazard evaluation courses the winter of 1974-75 in Silverton, Colorado and Jackson, Wyoming. AAI has run courses in 12 states, educating over 8,000 outdoor enthusiasts and professionals. In 2009, Rod handed the reins of AAI over to 3 of his instructors: Don Sharaf, Don Carpenter, and Sarah Carpenter.

AAI operates under special use permits on the Bridger-Teton, Wasatch-Cache, and Gallatin National Forests and is an equal opportunity service provider.

http://www.americanavalancheinstitute.com/aai3/about-aai.php