Jordy Hendrikx is an associate professor and the Director of the Snow & Avalanche Laboratory in the Department of Earth Sciences at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. He also works as a snow and avalanche consultant for Dynamic Avalanche Consulting in Canada. Jordy has spent the last 20 years working on snow and avalanche projects in the mountains around the world, from Antarctica to the Arctic. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles related to snow, avalanches, decision making, risk and climate change in a range of international journals. His most recent work focuses on ways to think about risk, considering terrain, human-dimensions, and decision making, to help reduce avalanche fatalities.