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Aslan Leiby-Redden

1335 Whitemarsh Way. Savannah Ga 31410





Graduate of Georgia College and State University (GCSU) with a Bachelor of Science degree in

Outdoor Education upon

completion of internship.


Wilderness First Responder: Gives me the authority to provide a high level of medical assistance to injured individuals in wilderness areas. NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute ( 2016-2018, recertification on Nov. 10-11, 2018)

Leave No Trace Trainer: I caneducate others on LNT principles. Leave No Trace (Spring 2015-2016)

4-H Congress: Developed and facilitated a program that focused on the importance of trust and sense of belonging within a group. The program was presented to 4-H leaders who were visiting from all around the United States. Georgia College (Fall 2016)

Principles of Field Leadership: Participated in a staff training course which was a 13 day backpacking expedition that focused on the development of professionalism and conscious competence in the outdoors. Georgia College (Spring 2017)

Angiosperms and Gymnosperms: An original environmental education program created for Lockerly Arboretum that taught the difference between flowering and non-flowering plants; the program is now published on Arbnet.net. Lockerly Arboretum (Spring 2017)


Challenge Course Facilitator: Utilized challenge course elements to help participants develop skills that lead to more effective group work. Outdoor Center at Georgia College (Spring 2017- Spring 2018)

Environmental Education Facilitator: Facilitated environmental programs for a variety of ages that introduced information about the natural phenomenons that occur in our local environment. Lockerly Arboretum (Spring 2017 - Spring 2018)


Tybee Island Ocean Rescue: Utilized outdoor emergency skills to protect the lives of

individuals who were on the beach and in the ocean. Tybee

(Summer 2016, 2017)

Island Ocean Rescue

Assistant Swim Coach and Lead Swim Instructor: Assisted with the Low Country Aquatic Club’s pre-swim team, finding ways to provide a fun and challenging experience to participants interested in progressing further with their swimming abilities. Taught participants the necessary skills to swim all four strokes properly, while focusing on the importance of and techniques associated with water safety. Low Country Aquatic Club (Summer 2018-present)


Group Development: Developed skills that promote effective group work and management. (Fall 2015)

Advanced Facilitation: Learned how to design and implement group development activities; facilitated four programs for the 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Ga. (Fall 2016)

Program Planning: Learned how to design programs that can satisfy multiple group outcomes. (Spring 2016)

Emergency Response: Learned search and rescue techniques and survival strategies. (Fall 2017)

Challenge Course: Developed the ability to facilitate for a group on a challenge course, rescue individuals who become stuck on a challenge course and how to utilize challenge course elements to satisfy a specific outcome. (Spring 2017)

Risk Management: Learned how to appropriately plan and prepare for uncertainties in


Instructional Strategies of Canoeing: Developed competency in both flatwater and

backcountry and camp setting. (Spring

whitewater canoeing. (Spring


Foundations of Environmental Education: Developed educational skills and strategies that can be used when conducting Environmental Education Programs. Provided tools and activities to use when executing Environmental Education programs. (Spring 2018)

Principles of Field Leadership (student): Learned how to develop and execute lessons and activities in the backcountry. Participated in an 18 day backpacking trip focused on leadership development and group management in the backcountry. (Summer 2017)

Principles of Field Leadership (co-instructor): I was asked to be a co-instructor for this course at the end of the summer of 2017. Learned about the management and logistics behind organizing a course such as this, assisted students with recognizing their own leadership potential and coached students as they applied their skills over a 9-day

backpacking trip with 13 participants. (Summer