Anyone Not Ready's founders have diverse backgrounds and over half a century of experience managing complex multidisciplinary problems in emergent situations. Brought together by their desire to rescue those in need as members of a mountain search and rescue team, the founders soon discovered a greater calling to provide life-saving and problem-solving training to others.

Having proven their abilities from the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan to the highest peaks of the Rocky Mountains and beyond, each brings their leadership, medical, rescue, and tactical experiences to every aspect of the creation, planning, and execution of the training and courses offered.





Jay Christianson is the Chief Operating Officer for Anyone Not Ready. With a lengthy background in organizational leadership, Jay is responsible for the company’s overall operations, including implementing strategic plans, optimizing operational efficiency and productivity, information systems, logistics, and personnel.

As the owner of a business consulting and coaching company, Jay has worked with entrepreneurs and small businesses from conception to execution to build the foundations for success and with multiple Fortune 500 companies in business development and strategic analysis. Currently serving as the President of the Board of Directors for a mountain search and rescue team, Jay is heavily involved in team leadership and incident overhead. Additionally, he trains a multi-discipline search and rescue canine certified in Area Search, Human Resources Detection, and Evidence Search. He is a member of a regional Type 3 All-Hazards Incident Management Team and certified as a Colorado Hoist Rescue Tier II Technician.

Previously, Jay owned one of the pioneering wineries in Colorado and served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board. During that time, he testified before the Colorado Congress to support a pivotal bill for the industry and received a Colorado Small Business Leader award. A former competitive shooter, ski racer, and ski coach, Jay has a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH.




Kyle Green is the Chief Executive Officer of Anyone Not Ready. Drawing on his comprehensive military, strategic, and logistical background, Kyle is responsible for providing leadership for setting goals and aligning objectives with the company’s mission and values, collaborating to develop and execute ANR’s strategic vision, and providing direction for overall success.

Kyle has a Bachelor of Arts in Intelligence Operations from American Military University, and both a Masters of Arts in International Commerce and Policy and Masters of Public Administration from George Mason University.

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Dr. Timothy Hurtado is the Chief Medical Officer for Anyone Not Ready. A board-certified emergency physician with a subspecialty certification in Emergency Medical Services, Dr. Hurtado is responsible for providing strategic direction and leadership in medical matters, collaborating to develop innovative and effective medical training and instructors’ ongoing training and development.

An emergency physician and the Medical Director at the Penrose-St Francis EMS Institute in Colorado Springs, CO, Dr. Hurtado also provides EMS medical direction for multiple regional and state agencies. Additionally, he is a medical advisor for the US Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the National Park Service. Active in Search and Rescue and Wildland Fire EMS, Dr. Hurtado continues to provide medical education at both medical schools in Colorado as a Medical Director for the St Anthony's Paramedic Program and with other wilderness medical programs.

Prior to medical school, Dr. Hurtado was a wildland firefighter/EMT working as a Hotshot, Smokejumper, and prescribed fire technician. He completed his undergraduate degree at Colorado College, medical school at Midwestern University, and residency training at Madigan Army Medical Center/University of Washington Medical Center. Dr. Hurtado was an active-duty Army physician serving primarily in Asia and Iraq. After serving, he was a faculty member at the Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine.




Brett Weiner is the Chief Training Officer for Anyone Not Ready. With an extensive background in the creation and execution of medical training, Brett is responsible for overseeing training and development strategy, collaborating to develop and implement applicable multi-disciplined courses and programs, and overseeing the instruction of the training programs.

As an instructor at the Medical Simulation Training Center at Fort Carson and instructor of paramedics at Penrose and St Anthony’s Paramedic Academies in Colorado Springs, CO, Brett has been instrumental in creating multiple training programs. After joining a mountain search and rescue team and later the Colorado National Guard, Brett was selected to be trained as an expert in prolonged field care through the newly created Expeditionary Combat Medic course. After completing that training, he was chosen to be part of a selective team tasked with creating the Army’s high-altitude mountaineering training initiative in Colorado, where he developed the rope rescue and mountain medicine components. Brett then deployed as a flight paramedic for the U.S. Army in Iraq and Syria, which allowed him to train and teach other medics by helping create and instruct critical care, austere, and remote medicine around the world.