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February 5: The Outdoorist Oath

Topic: Harness Your Strengths and Intersections of Planet, Inclusion, and Adventure

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February 5: The Outdoorist Oath
February 5: The Outdoorist Oath

Time & Location

Feb 05, 2024, 11:00 AM PST

Zoom

Guests

About the event

Topic: Harness Your Strengths and Intersections of Planet, Inclusion, and Adventure

The Outdoorist Oath's purpose is to educate and unite outdoor communities with a shared commitment to take action for planet, inclusion, and adventure. The organization was formed as a way to provide an educational framework for individuals to be able to investigate questions like; how can I be a better steward of the landscapes I recreate in? How can I play a part in making the outdoors feel more inclusive to all individuals? In what ways does my everyday life support the protection of wild places for years to come?

 

In addition:

  • Have a chance to win gear giveaways from CNOC Outdoors
  • Have a conversation with other intentional hikers about the topic *read more about the conversation code below.

For this event 2/3 of the donations will be given to The Outdoorist Oath. *Donations will appear as a second "ticket" in your order **Donations are not tax deductible unless made directly to a registered non-profit organization.

About the Speakers

  • Gabaccia Moreno (she/her/ella) is a first-generation Mexican-American multimedia storyteller and creator, consultant, and passionate outdoor advocate. Having grown up in Veracruz, Mexico to a family of hunters and conservationists gave her an appreciation for the land and its flora and fauna at an early age. She currently serves as the Executive Director of The Outdoorist Oath.  In her free time, you’ll find her outside, probably dancing, fishing, hunting, hiking, wildflower chasing, or backpacking.
  • Hanna Anderson (she/her) is an experienced social media marketer in the outdoor industry. She currently runs accounts for Oregon Wild and The Oath. Previous to the outdoor industry, she worked in voting rights advocacy in Washington DC. Now based in Oregon, you can find Hanna outside climbing, mountain biking, kayaking, skiing, and backpacking in her free time.
  • Maya Sullivan (she/her) is a queer Japanese American outdoorist who is passionate about expanding access to outdoor activities. Based in Seattle, WA where she grew up with the backdrop of the sea and the mountains, Maya enjoys backpacking, skiing,  mountaineering, cooking gourmet backcountry meals in a cast-iron skillet (because why not), and is a budding climber and diver. Her favorite way to get outside is through multi-sport adventures! 

FAQ

Only register if you can attend this event in person

  • A recording of each event (excluding the conversation portion) will be uploaded to the Intentional Hiking YouTube channel.
  • Each recording will be accompanied by a Conversation Kit which will help you have a discussion on the event's theme with friends and family.

Conversation code

  • Please engage in these conversations with curiosity, an open mind, and respect. 
  • Lead with kindness and compassion. 
  • Listen to understand; not reply. 
  • No judgement, no advice (unless specifically asked for)

Non-profit Partners

  • Each guest can choose a non-profit partner of choice to feature during the event. 
  • Attendees can raise money for the non-profit during the registration process by giving a donation. 
  • Donations will be split evenly between the guest, non-profit partner, and host.

Gear Giveaways

  • Events will feature gear or product giveaways from new or cottage hiking brands. 
  • Need to be present to win.

Event Duration

  • Each event will last between 60-90 minutes

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