Montana Blackfeet Director
Charlotte Dadabay was raised in Boise, Idaho, where her love of the outdoors began at an early age. Growing up, she enjoyed a variety of adventurous family trips around Idaho, Oregon and California, in addition to a few trips abroad, including jaunts to France, Belize, Mexico and Columbia. During high school she polished her alpine skiing skills, learned to rock climb and also began life guarding for a summer camp.
Once in college, Charlotte was involved with the outdoor program, teaching skiing and working for the adaptive program. She also taught rock climbing, Dutch oven cooking and outdoor leadership. Charlotte loved her college work but eventually had so many credits that it was time to graduate! She graduated from Idaho State University with a Bachelors of Science in Outdoor Recreation and Education.
Charlotte then moved up to Missoula, Montana, working for the City of Missoula’s Ropes Course as a facilitator and also was an instructor at summer outdoor adventure camps and winter ski lessons. Among other adventures along the way, she ventured abroad to hike half of the Camino De Santiago, a 500-mile pilgrimage route through Spain, in 2010. Now, Charlotte resides in Bend, Oregon, where she is an adaptive instructor for Oregon Adaptive Sports, continuing to share her love of the outdoors with all people.
Charlotte served as a VISIONS leader in the British Virgin Islands in 2021. She is now looking forward to directing the Montana Blackfeet program and giving back through engagement, stewardship of the environment and learning together with the youth of the program. She will be joined by her full leader team.
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