Amber Valenti is a physician assistant with a background in rescue and remote medicine. She has been guiding and celebrating rivers around the world for over a decade. A wild woman with an insatiable thirst for undiscovered places, she thrives on the dusty cracks of foreign cities and swirling currents of untamed rivers. Along with Becca Dennis, Sabra Purdy and Krystle Wright, Valenti was part of the Young Explorers Grant-funded Nobody's River Expedition — a group comprised of four women with an affinity for silly antics and a love of falling off the map. In the summer of 2013, they undertook a documentary expedition on one of the world's greatest and least known free-flowing rivers, the Amur. They traveled and documented sections of this last-of-its-kind river from the remote Mongolian headwaters to a massive delta in Russia.