Jake Urban (Adventure Leadership) teaches Mountaineering, Expedition and Avalanche Level 2. With his wife and business partner, Marilynn Davis, they own and operate Jackson Hole Outdoor Leadership Institute, LLC. An educational think tank devoted to avalanche education and pre-hospital wilderness and urban emergency care. He is an Adjunct Faculty member at Central Wyoming College where he instructs Avalanche Education and Expeditionary Studies. He is the Training Director and Short Haul Team Member of Teton County Sherriff’s Office Search and Rescue. His affiliation with the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education includes the roles of (AIARE) Level 1 & 2 Course Leader, Instructor Trainer, Advisory Board Member and Program Assistant. Jake is certified as a High Angle Rescue Technician, American Mountain Guides (AMGA) Single Pitch Instructor, Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (National Registry, State of New Hampshire and State of Wyoming), Outdoor Emergency Care Technician, American Heart Association Instructor, American Red Cross Instructor, SOLO Wilderness Medicine Instructor, National Ski Patroller and NSP Instructor. Additionally, Jake supports the educational mission of the American Avalanche Association as a Professional Member and as a member of the Education Review Committee.