“There are two ways to create change, through fear and through inspiration.  My intention through everything I do… is to inspire people to play outside.”

Lynsey Dyer (1983-)
At age 27, Lynsey has won every big-mountain competition she has entered, and is considered the reigning queen of big-mountain skiing. She was awarded, “Female Skier of the Year” by Powder Magazine and is the first female to be featured on the cover of Freestyle magazine with a record-breaking 65 foot jump. She is a Junior Olympic downhill Gold Medalist whose star has continued to rise. Beyond skiing, she is an artist, model, TV presenter and co-founded the non-profit, She Jumps (to encourage girls to play outside). Most recently Lynsey returned from India where she was helping children rescued from the slave trade. "I know I can't go around trying to save everyone,” says Lynsey. “But I want to continue to educate girls on how they can be empowered."