WINGS Lifetime Achievement Awardee, Jill Heinerth is a cave diver, underwater explorer, writer, photographer, filmmaker, and the first person to dive inside iceberg caves. From the Sahara’s desert oases to Baffin Bay’s cold waters, Jill becomes the hands and eyes for climatologists, archaeologists, and engineers. Her memoir, Into the Planet: My Life as a Cave Diver, has been lauded by the Wall Street Journal, Oprah Magazine, and the New York Times. Her children’s book, The Aquanaut, is a Blue Ribbon Selection for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. Under Thin Ice, her 2019 documentary about the impact of climate change on polar wildlife, is streaming on CBC’s The Nature of Things. Her projects have been broadcast on the BBC, PBS, Discovery Channel, and television networks worldwide. According to filmmaker James Cameron, “More people have walked on the moon than have been to some of the places Jill Heinerth has gone right here on earth.”