No Man’s Land Film Festival Presented by FERAL is coming up on March 13th and we are excited to finally announce our amazing lineup of panelists! Join us for an all-woman adventure film festival that meets a need and desire to highlight and connect women in pursuit of the radical. Tickets are $20 and all proceeds will benefit Women’s Wilderness. We sold this event out last year at the Oriental Theater. Don’t miss out, get your tickets here TODAY! 

Read below to learn more about this year’s panel!

Photo by: Andrew Bydlon

Kriste Peoples: Kriste Peoples is a Denver-based writer, speaker, trail running coach, and outdoorist. Her work in the field of equity and inclusion in nature combines speaking and facilitating instructional workshops for others. She extends her passion for connecting underrepresented communities to new, empowering narratives of engagement.


Marina Fleming has been working in outdoor education for six years and is the Program Director at Women’s Wilderness, overseeing all aspects of a successful course and program implementation for girls, women, and the LGBTQ+ community. She built her outdoor ed foundation primarily at NOLS, living in Lander, Wyoming for over five years. Previous to outdoor education, Marina was introduced to the world of nonprofits through serving a couple of years in AmeriCorps VISTA. In her free time, Marina has relentlessly pursued the backcountry and travel through sport, mainly through endurance running, biking, and swimming. Some peak experiences have been traveling to her 50th-visited state to compete in the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii, trail running through Switzerland, and recently fastpacking through Patagonia with her husband. To balance bigger life experiences, Marina volunteers at Boulder Food Rescue, Longmont Community Justice Partnership, and is constantly thinking about ways to bridge career, passion projects, and volunteerism to address rampant inequality within marginalized communities.

Cotezi was born in Chile, South America to two outdoor loving parents. Her family moved to the states when she was 9 years old and set up camp in New York where she resided for the rest of her childhood, teenage years, and early adulthood. Growing up she always had a love for the outdoors, but her passion for hiking didn’t come to full fruition until the past couple of years. In 2016 she backpacked the iconic John Muir Trail in the Sierra Nevada and had her mind pretty much blown! The following year, she decided to thru-hike the entire Pacific Crest Trail, from Mexico to Canada, and has been hooked on long distance hiking ever since. She loves being able to travel in that way, powered solely by her body and will. Thru-hiking has been a very special, life changing experience for her– She feels like she has been reacquainted with nature in a way like never before, and in, turn with her true self. She has recently made the move to Boulder, CO and absolutely loves it – with its incredible access to mountains and overall adventure culture, she feels very grateful and excited to call this place home.


Jaylyn Gough is from the Navajo Reservation in New Mexico. She is the founder of Native Women’s Wilderness, created out of the frustration of the lack women of color, let alone a Native Woman, represented in the Outdoor Industries. Her desire for NWW, to be a platform for Native voices, a place to express the love and passion for the wild and to provide education of the ancestral lands we all love to explore.  She holds a masters degree in Clinical Social work and has been a social worker for over ten years. Jaylyn has been a guide, a mountain bike race coordinator for eight years, and an avid mountain climber, hiker, mountain biker, climber, and a landscape photographer.  You can always find her exploring with her camera in hand.