Brittany and Brian Anderson are the founders of Footprints Adventures.
We are passionate about helping individuals with limb differences and limb loss. An accident in 2004 left Brian with a limb difference and inspired us to begin working with people with limb differences and amputations using our outdoor leadership and education skills. It became apparent to us that there was a gap in the outdoor industry; there was little opportunity for active teens and adults with limb loss and limb differences to have the extraordinary experiences in nature that we love so much. Out of this realization came the development of Footprints Adventures.
Brittany has fourteen years of experience working in the field of adventure education. She received her Bachelors of Arts degree from Western State College of Colorado. She got her BA in Outdoor Recreation and an emphasis in Leadership and a minor in Psychology in 2003. She has worked with many companies in the field, running trips for people who have different types of disabilities and of varying ages. Brittany has taught adaptive skiing to people with both physical and cognitive disabilities. She also taught environmental education and cross country skiing. She helped design and start the an adventure summer day camp program as well. In June of 2010 Brittany graduated from Prescott College where she recived her Masters of Arts degree in Adventure Education and Adaptive Sports Management.
Brian has fourteen years of experience in the adventure education field. He got his Bachelors of Arts degree from Western State College of Colorado. His BA is in Outdoor Recreation and an emphasis in Leadership and a minor in Business and an emphasis in Entrepreneurship. Brian has worked for 2 years for a traveling camp for teens. Brian has been working for a rafting company for the last six years and is now a senior raft guide. Brian is a level two adaptive ski instructor with the Professional Ski Instructors of America. For the last five years, Brian has been teaching adaptive skiing to people with different disabilities.