Natasha K. Hale is Navajo and Saudi Arabian, and was raised in Twin Lakes, New Mexico on the Navajo Nation.
Jim Herrington is a photographer whose portraits of celebrities including Benny Goodman, Willie Nelson, The Rolling Stones, Cormac McCarthy, Morgan Freeman and Dolly Parton have appeared on the pages of Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Esquire, GQ, Out
Lawrence Joe has been living up to his Southern Tutchone name “Katanayata” which means “walks in the bush all the time” his whole life and even those across a negotiation table feel it.
Jones, Dr Carwyn
Dr Carwyn Jones is a New Zealand Māori from the iwi (nation) Ngāti Kahungunu. He is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at Victoria University of Wellington.
The US magazine Climbing once described Andy as a climber with a “strange penchant for the long, the cold and the difficult”, with a reputation “for seeking out routes where the danger is real, and the return is questionable, pushing hims
Voytek Kurtyka remains one of the greatest alpinists of all time. Born in 1947, he was one of the leading lights of the Polish golden age of Himalayan climbing.
Huw Lewis-Jones is a British historian, author, broadcaster and art director with a PhD from the University of Cambridge.
Little Bear, Leroy
Leroy Little Bear is a member of the Blood Tribe of the Blackfoot Confederacy.
Born in Bolzano in 1986, daughter of a well-known Italian ski-mountaineer, Tamara Lunger has lived all her life among the mountains.
Julia Lynx is a Canadian singer songwriter based in Canmore, Alberta. Her emotional depth as a performer coupled with pure honey vocals and a clear sparkling tone grab audiences instantly.
Bernadette McDonald was the founder of Banff Centre for Mountain Culture and has authored eleven books on mountain culture and mountaineering.
Terry McDonell is the author of The Accidental Life: an Editor’s Notes on Writing and Writers, a collection of wild literary tales about his life as the founding editor of Outside, and his experiences as editor of Rolling Sto