Coulter received his BS in Biology from the University of Redlands. Soon after, he became a wilderness first responder and field instructor educating students in Grand Teton National Park. During this time, he began to foster a love for wilderness medicine.
After five years of educating in the field, Coulter earned his Masters in Science Education from Western Governors University. He started teaching in a small alternative independent school in Ann Arbor, Michigan, focusing on developing relationships, autonomy, and competence. While in Ann Arbor, he gained his wilderness EMT certification from the Wilderness Medicine Institute of NOLS and started working as an urban EMT.
Coulter came to Open Sky with the intention to integrate his two passions: education and wilderness medicine. As Assistant Health Director, he thrives on educating clients and staff in prevention and self-care, as well as providing high-quality medical care with the support of an excellent team.
In his off time, Coulter can be found climbing, backcountry skiing, or backpacking in the mountains of Wyoming where he grew up.