Travis Lombardo is a lifelong local to West Sonoma County who is heavily involved with the climbing and outdoor community. He also works as a facilitator and teacher at Four Winds Ropes Course in Occidental, CA. Travis has a passion for helping youth and young adults to discover what their comfort zone looks like, and how they can safely step outside of that zone and feel good about it. He also holds a current certificate with The Wilderness Medicine Institute (WMI) and N.O.L.S as a Wilderness First Responder.
What the B-Rad Foundation means to me:
The B-Rad Foundation represents s a true sense of place and purpose. It is my place to connect with this community, among friends, and with my family. It means a sense of belonging within health and love for this land; a space to find peace within myself. It represents a place for gathering in the name of adventure and knowing that an organization like this exists and that I can be a part of it is an amazing feeling. I look forward to witnessing and taking part in the future of B-Rad, and all that it can offer to the youth and communities that really need some B-rad love in their lives.