Erin Jamroz


Washington, United States



I took my first WFA in 2009 and the hook was set. Ever since then I have tried to position myself at the intersection of medicine and the wilderness. Through that journey I have worked as a rock climbing and canyoneering guide, been an EMT with the NPS involved with their search and rescue program, and now find myself working as a paramedic in Washington. I love working with those that find themselves at similar intersections and do what I can to help them better prepare for the unique challenges that they may face.

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