Kendra grew her roots in Montana, where she learned to explore and learn from experiences in the wilderness. She has pursued a career in adventure and focused on the therapeutic benefits of nature and challenge. Kendra worked as a guide in wilderness therapy for eight years in Alaska, Colorado, and Montana; including two in a therapeutic group home utilizing adventure therapy. She has also been a teacher and social worker in public and private high schools in Hawaii and New Hampshire. She has more recently pursued a dual masters degree in Social Work and Kinesiology: Outdoor Education at the University of New Hampshire to continue working as a therapist in the field.
When the opportunities present themselves, Kendra enjoys long hikes, swimming and paddling in lakes and oceans, traveling, and spending time with loved ones.