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Johnna Haskell


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Johnna is a native of Maine, growing up on a 300-acre farm in Rome. After 18 years as an educator in secondary science, administration and university teaching, she has settled into the Western Maine woods as a professional wildlife photographer. Few know her as an adventurer, mountaineer, skier, kayaker, ice climber, and most of all paraglider pilot. Her current pursuits have been climbing ascents of Denali (20,320 feet). Her new adventure is a once in a lifetime opportunity that will contribute to $million dollar charity to directly help the people of Tanzania in reforestation projects, access to safe water, and improving educational possibilities.




She is an adventurer who is passionate about experiencing life to its fullest while helping others experience their own potential. She is excited to be a part of this journey, adventure, and team of amazing pilots! She has wanted to climb Kilimanjaro since first dreaming of climbing the seven summits for over 30 years. Since her first paragliding flight in Slovakia, she has become passionate to fly with the birds while following a path to climb higher than the clouds.







In addition to being part of this amazing project, she hopes to find her own wings over Kilimanjaro.







Please support Johnna in her next challenge to help others.






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PILOT PROFILE







Nationality United States of America


Flying Solo



Paragliding Experience




Has Pilot 3 with flying in Slovakia, US, Canada, Spain, Mexico, Colombia, Austria and Italy.





Mountaineering Experience




Climbed Mont Blanc, France; Monte Rosa, Switzerland, Mt Elbrus, Russia, Mt Baker & McKinley in US as well as various winter ascents in Slovakia, New Hampshire, and Maine.






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