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SHOSHANNA JENSEN, RN - Shoshanna grew up in Flagstaff, AZ and has spent much of her life traveling and exploring all around the American Southwest. Her original degree was in Parks and Recreation Management and Outdoor Leadership from Northern Arizona University. Shoshanna has worked as a backpacking and rafting guide, mainly in the Grand Canyon and was also lucky enough to be a member of the Search and Rescue Team at Grand Canyon National Park early in her EMS career.  She became certified as a Wilderness EMT and in 2000, started teaching Wilderness First Responder and other related classes. In 2004, she started Remote Rescue so that she could continue to bring her own style of WFR and other first aid and rescue courses to her loyal students. Since completing her RN in 2008, Shoshanna's other job has been an Emergency Room Nurse in New Mexico and Colorado. She now lives in Camp Verde, AZ  and is an RN at a Community Health Center.

Rylie – RN, BSN
Rylie was born and raised in smalltown Clarkdale, Arizona, central to some of Northern Arizona’s most beautiful outdoors. Some of her greatest desires in life are to cultivate human connection and personal growth through every adventure that comes her way. She received her first degree in Flagstaff, AZ studying Spanish and Latin American History, which opened doors for traveling and crossing cultural boundaries. She started taking Shoshanna’s Remote Rescue classes in her early twenties, which later would spark her interest to learn and teach alongside her. She shares Shoshanna’s love for the Grand Canyon and spent time as a First Responder providing aid to hikers in need of relief. She then found her way into an outdoor education company called Grand Classroom that specialized in recreating and educating school-aged children in various National Parks around the country. Four years later, Rylie went on to receive a bachelor's degree in nursing and is now working in an ICU at the local hospital in her hometown.