is the Youth and Student Programs Coordinator & Challenge Course Steward for The University of New Hampshire’s Browne Center for Innovative Learning. He has been delivering adventure-based experiential programming and training to youth and adult populations since 1996, holds a B.S. in Outdoor Education and Psychology from UNH, and an M.S. in Experiential Education from the University of Minnesota at Mankato.Prior to joining the Browne Center in the spring of 2010, Jeff worked for Project Adventure as a Trainer and Youth Program Specialist. He has also worked extensively with at-risk and adjudicated youth both in the classroom and wilderness therapy settings.Jeff is currently involved in the development and implementation of evidence-based anti-bullying and victimization/positive school climate development curricula utilizing adventure and experiential theory and methodology.Jeff lives in Exeter, NH and spends his free time surfing, kayaking, sailing, and backcountry snowboarding with his wife, Stephanie and Australian Shepherds Fiona and Salty.