Kirstie Ennis lives in the Aspen, Colorado area where she is pursuing a Masters in Public Health to accompany her Masters of Business Administration and her Masters in Psychology. She works as a stuntwoman in major motion pictures, a veterans’ advocate, and as a Paralympic athlete. Kirstie served as a door gunner and CH-53 Helicopter Mechanic in the US Marine Corps. When her aircraft went down during combat operations in Afghanistan 2012 she was critically injured. In addition to the left leg amputation, she sustained full thickness facial trauma, spinal injuries, a traumatic brain injury, and shoulder injuries. After recovery, Kirstie became dedicated to exceeding expectations. She is now a semi-regular competitor and finisher in Ironman and marathon races. She is the junior director of a nonprofit organization, Wounded Warrior Outdoors, which takes wounded service men and women on therapeutic outdoor adventures. Kirstie is a spokesperson for the nonprofit organization Building Homes for Heroes, which provides adapted mortgage free homes to critically injured veterans. She is also the host of web based TV show, Adventures Enabled, which shows individuals with visible and invisible injuries overcoming their adversities. She is training for both a spot in the Winter Paralympic Games for boardercross as well as her new goal of reaching the Seven Summits. Kirstie’s passions for engaging women, veterans, and wounded populations in outdoor recreation and rehabilitation make her an excellent addition to this team.