Wendy Gorton holds a master's degree in learning technologies
and is a former classroom teacher. As part of her quest to bring
science education alive, she worked as a National Geographic Fellow
in Australia researching Tasmanian devils, a PolarTREC teacher
researcher in archaeology in Alaska, an Earthwatch teacher fellow
in the Bahamas and New Orleans, and a GoNorth! teacher explorer
studying climate change via dogsled in Finland, Norway, and Sweden.
Today, she is a global education consultant who has travelled to
more than fifty countries to design programs, build communities,
and inspire other educators to do the same.
Hailey Terry has a bachelor's degree in public health. She is an avid hiker, backpacker, and rock climber and loves anything that gets her outside. She's a mother to two kids and loves bringing them along on all of her adventures. When her husband was deployed a few weeks after their first baby was born, she started sharing her experiences hiking solo with her baby as a new mom on Instagram, @haileyoutside. Now she helps parents all over the world get outside with their kids, sharing her best tips for hiking in all seasons, backpacking, camping, and more. She has written a Hiking with Babies Guide, where she shares everything from how to dress your baby, dealing with naps, breastfeeding on the trail, and gear recommendations. She also has a blog, haileyoutside.com, where you can read more detailed posts about getting outside with kids and sign up for her emails.