Adrienne Bosworth

Assistant Expedition Leader

Adrienne revels in rain and smoothly constructed sentences. Most days, she’d choose a rocky beach over a sandy one, and if possible would survive happily on smoked salmon. Working for Lindblad allows Adrienne unparalleled access to her home waters in Southeast Alaska, while basking in Central American sunshine in the winter months. She finds distinct satisfaction in wrangling expedition logistics both on board and ashore, and many of her most poignant wildlife experiences have been on Lindblad vessels.

Growing up on the outskirts of Glacier Bay National Park, Adrienne didn’t use a flush toilet for most of her childhood (she has since learned how). At her family’s homestead, she played with halibut eyeballs like marbles and thought moose burgers were pretty standard. Her parents worked in conservation and resource management, and she feels most at home when surrounded by naturalists and nerdy-folk of all sorts. Spending her high school years at four schools in three countries, she settled on a small university in British Columbia for her Bachelor’s Degree, and the University of Illinois for a Master’s in American Literature. After several years in the Midwest the lack of topography and salty water drove her back to the coast. Adrienne’s ideal is to eventually integrate her experience onboard into designing and teaching the literature component of a higher education curriculum in Maritime studies. In her spare time, she often makes lists of things she should do in her spare time, while drinking too much coffee.

Upcoming Expeditions

  • Jul 15, 2019
  • Jul 24, 2019
  • Aug 02, 2019
  • Aug 11, 2019
  • Feb 13, 2019
  • Aug 23, 2019

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