Sarah Montana, MSW
Sarah Montana, MSW is a Clinical Support Therapist at Northwoods Wilderness Therapy. She plays an integral role supporting both students and staff in the field.
Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Warren Wilson College and a master’s degree of Social Work from Tulane University. Her love of the outdoors has been fostered through years of hiking in the Adirondacks and Blue Ridge Mountains near her home in the Carolinas. Sarah now enjoys exploring the Northwoods of Wisconsin by way of hiking, camping, hunting, and fishing. Her true peace is found on the water in any vessel that floats.
When not in the woods, Sarah can be found writing, lounging with a book, making music with friends around a fire, or crafting things with her hands. She is dedicated to facilitating a meaningful journey for students at Northwoods and has aspirations of becoming a wilderness therapist.