Several years ago, I embarked on a transformative backcountry camping trip alone, which ultimately led me to become a Canadian Red Cross instructor. Although I felt empowered after the trip, I recognized my need for more experience. To bolster my confidence, I pursued additional courses. While I enjoyed these courses and learned much, I was disheartened by the scarcity of women instructors. I yearned to hear the experiences of fellow outdoorsy women. As a training partner, I am determined to change this narrative. I have aimed to establish an inclusive and safe space for individuals of all genders to share their experiences and learn from one another. I aspire to equip people with the necessary skills and confidence to respond effectively in any emergency. Having spent a significant amount of time in the outdoors throughout my upbringing, my passion for nature continues to thrive today. As a Canadian Red Cross Training Partner, I aim to share my expertise with others. Specifically, I plan to offer Wilderness and Remote First Aid training in the underserved regions of Eastern Ontario and Trent Lakes. This type of training is now a prerequisite for Scouts Canada, Girl Guides, and various employers, making them my target market. Additionally, I intend to cater to outdoor enthusiasts of diverse skill levels. There is already a demand for this training in Eastern Ontario, as I have witnessed during my five years as a first aid instructor. Many of the courses I have taught recently have reached full capacity, and I have heard numerous stories from participants struggling to find the courses required for their employment. Drawing from my extensive experience as a professional responder, I am confident in my ability to share valuable insights with my participants and inspire others to pursue careers in this field.