About Our Wilderness guides

Our wilderness guides carry with them a breadth of world and life experience. Our team embodies the humility that’s required to make our programming successful, as well as keen sensitivity to the dynamics between self and nature.




Jeremy is founder and lead program designer for Boost Outdoors. His love for the outdoors began at an early age and blossomed while residing in the Mount Washington Valley. There he was a ski patroller in the winters and a trail crewman for the National Forest Service in the summers. He moved on to become a mountain manager at a NH ski resort. During his free time Jeremy climbed the crags and cliffs of the valley and scaled the peaks of the White's.

Jeremy has mountaineered, skied, and kayaked extensively in Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Italy, Germany, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Newfoundland, and across the U.S.

Before founding Boost Outdoors Jeremy worked as a full time Fire Fighter/Paramedic, Clinical Director for an Emergency Medical Transport Team, and a Pediatric and Neonatal Flight Paramedic.

A New Hampshire native, Jeremy's personal mission is to share his experience, skills, and strength with anyone who wants them!

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Sandi Coyle

Sandi compliments the Boost team as Director of Operations with an M.S. from SNHU and a passion for creating opportunities that promote personal growth, inspiration towards positive change, and social connectedness among people and their communities.  She has spent the last 10 years working throughout NH as a social justice advocate and a change-maker in the field of addiction recovery. Local to Seacoast, Sandi is an entrepreneur and adventure enthusiast who was recognized with NH Union Leaders’ 2017 Top 40 Under 40 young leader award.  Sandi has been a sober athlete for the last 14 years enjoying activities like stand-up paddle boarding, hiking, rock climbing, cycling, skiing, and spending time with her family.


Matt Stinson

An avid outdoor enthusiast with a wide range of experience, travel, and skill sets. Climbing in places such as The Grand Tetons, Mount Hood, Kings Peak, Mount Washington and many more has built a solid skill set for climbing in many different climates and environments. As well as climbing and backpacking fly-fishing is a passion of his. He spent many years at lake Clark national Park in Alaska as a fly fishing guide after graduating from Sweetwater Guide School. He also worked on the Madison, Henry Fork of the Snake, and Yellowstone Rivers in Montana. And fly fished in Washington, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Barcelona Spain – Mountains of Andorra, Cape Cod for strippers, and throughout NH for many different species. He is an avid Backcountry skier and Nordic skier Taking him to the Mountains of Switzerland and British Columbia and has traveled and backpacked in Hungry, Morocco, Tanzania, Kenya, England, Ireland, Costa Rica. Matt Is an EMT-B.