Isaac Dana

Position: Field Instructor

Isaac grew up Western New York and discovered a passion for outdoor experiences through his local Boy Scout troop. Isaac graduated from Sterling College of Vermont where he gained a passion for a community centered experiential approach to education. His experiences as an Outdoor Education major led him from the varied New England landscape surrounding campus to the mountains of California, the deserts of Arizona, and villages in Peru. While at Sterling, Isaac contributed to the community as a teaching assistant and as a work program mentor. Isaac has worked as a canoeing and backpacking guide for the Scouts within the Adirondack Park of New York for several summers where he shared his passion for exploring the wilderness with countless troops of young people. Isaac is currently a Wilderness First Responder and brings a passion for experiential approach to education with him to Wisconsin. Some of Isaac’s favorite outdoor activities include running, cross country skiing and keeping a nature journal.