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Trevor Cox

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First Year at BOSS: 2014
Current Position: Instructor
Hometown: Reston Virginia
Currently Resides In: Reston Virginia

I came to BOSS because:

While living and working in NYC, I felt a growing desire to connect with a deeper, more genuine version of myself. I wanted to understand how humans, for the vast majority of our history, lived and thrived on this planet without the intervention of modern material comforts that are now, in the blink of an eye, so pervasive. I was told by many that I was “crazy” to want to challenge myself by taking a BOSS course. To me, neglecting that need would indeed be crazy. I needed to understand why.

I teach at BOSS because:

My 28-day student BOSS course transformed my feeling of stagnation to one of inspiration. I came to realize my desire to tap into a truer version of myself was shared by others… a tribe of gifted, charismatic individuals who make up the BOSS community. Recognizing my personal growth from my student course, I knew I needed to continue that journey and help facilitate it for others.

About Trevor Cox:

In addition to teaching primitive skills, Trevor is also a documentary filmmaker, web series and music video director, producer and editor. Currently, Trevor and his partner Julie are working on their first feature-length film, The Leavers (https://www.followtheleavers.com/), which documents their 2016 thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail. 

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BOSS is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.