Our Team

Here is a little bit of information on who we are, what we do and how to contact us!

Jory Horner

Director of Outdoor Programs and LandSea pre-orientation


Jory has taught rock climbing, mountaineering, and outdoor education for various organizations in Oregon and California before coming to K. He completed his undergraduate degree in Outdoor Recreation Leadership & Tourism with a focus in Outdoor & Experiential Education at Oregon State University–Cascades, and received a Master’s in Adventure Education at Prescott College. He is a proud father of two boys who keep him young and make him feel old.

Certifications and trainings:

  • Wilderness EMT
  • SOLO Wilderness Medicine Instructor
  • American Canoe Association Level III – River Canoeing Instructor
  • Swiftwater Rescue Technician
  • American Red Cross First Aid, CPR & AED Instructor
  • Stop the Bleed Instructor
  • American Mountain Guides Association certified Single Pitch Instructor
  • Leave No Trace Trainer
  • Outdoor Emergency Care Technician
  • Mental Health First Aid training

Malak Ghazal ’19

Coordinator of Outdoor Programs


Malak’s work as an Educational Ranger for the National Park Service has given her the opportunity to live and work in the Grand Canyon, Mt. Rainier, Death Valley, and Denali. Her entry into the Park Service began with the Greening Youth Foundation, designing and leading opportunities for under-represented youth in Teton County and Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. As a student at K, Malak participated in the LandSea Adirondack Expedition trip and then served as a Trip Leader in 2016 and 2018, and a Logistics Leader in 2019. She was a captain for the Swim team, studied abroad in Thailand, and majored in Political Science. One of Malak’s goals is to someday hike the Lebanese Mountain Trail to reconnect with her homeland and heritage.

Certifications and trainings:

  • Interpretive Coaches Training – NPS
  • Audience Centered Experience Training – NPS
  • Allies for Inclusion Facilitator – NPS
  • Leave No Trace Trainer

Greta Farley ’22

Outdoor & Environmental Coordinator


In her role as Outdoor & Environmental Coordinator, Greta shares her time between the Outdoor Programs office, the Environmental Stewardship Center, and the Lillian Anderson Arboretum. During the summer, Greta coordinates the LandSea Kalamazoo trip. As a student, Greta participated in the LandSea Adirondack Expedition trip, worked in the Gear Room, was a LandSea Trip Leader in 2019 and 2021, and was a LandSea Logistics Leader in 2022. She graduated that same year with a dual major in Spanish and Psychology. If you ever find yourself in Greta’s home state of Minnesota, she highly recommends you check out the Minnesota State Fair and experience the “Butter Capital of the Nation” through it’s impressive butter sculpting.

Certifications and trainings:

  • Wilderness First Responder
  • American Canoe Association Level I – Intro to Canoeing training
  • Mental Health First Aid
  • Leave No Trace Trainer
  • Narcan Administration training

Student Workers

Learn more about joining our team of gear room workers and trip leaders!