Filmmaker and Humanitarian
Empathy keynote speaker
helping leaders and businesses create change through:
Mallory is an empathy keynote speaker. Her work activates others to make a positive impact in the world.
Empathy helps with:
Diversity & Inclusion: As a global humanitarian, Mallory teaches respect and appreciation for different cultures and backgrounds.
Women’s Empowerment: Mallory tells real stories of women who are rising above incredible struggles to become leaders in their communities.
Corporate Culture: When we lead with empathy, we build a space of trust within our teams which cultivates connection and purpose in a workplace.
EMPATHY & LEADERSHIP
You can make a difference!
Many people have given up hope that they will ever truly make a positive impact, either at work and at home. They don’t have the time, money, or inspiration to give back. After ten years traveling the world documenting real stories of human connection, Mallory has discovered the missing link in our quest to live a fulfilled life.
In her keynote, Mallory invites you on a journey to embrace your humanity. Mallory teaches the power of empathy and how every individual can make a difference. You’ll renew your sense of connectedness and learn how to cultivate more empathy in your life. Be prepared to open your heart, challenge your soul, and finally make the impact that you want to make in the world.
Mallory Brown shares real-life stories of human connection. She teaches how empathy builds better communities, breaks down barriers of diversity, and paves a powerful path for individuals and organizations to find fulfillment.
Mallory has founded two socially conscious companies and is currently walking a global marathon for women’s empowerment. She has traveled to over 50 countries, spoken to audiences internationally, and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for charities fighting poverty. Her story inspires others to live a passionate, generous, and global life.
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Mallory's Latest Campaign: "Walk a Mile"
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
“Don’t judge someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.” This famous proverb holds the key to creating impact: empathy.
In her signature keynote, Mallory paves a heartfelt path for individuals and organizations to find fulfillment. She teaches how to cultivate more empathy in your everyday life which will lead to you a life of purpose, connection, and fulfillment. Through personal stories, heartfelt motivation, and key action steps, you’ll walk away from this speech with a newfound sense of connectedness and a simple set of action steps to follow to become a more empathetic person. Be prepared to open your heart, challenge your soul, and finally make the difference that you want to make in the world.
Mallory teaches organizations how they can leverage empathy to:
1. Build a better community
2. Break down barriers within the workplace
3. Embrace diversity
4. Increase employee happiness
5. Empower every individual to make an impact
Theme: The Power of Empathy
Audience: Corporate, nonprofit, or academic groups
focused on making an impact
Keynote: 45 minutes
Q&A: 15 minutes
Visuals: 5 min video + photos slideshow
Interactive: Audiences have the option to participate in a real-life crowdfunding experience!
Diversity & Inclusion
Corporate Social Responsibility
Best Client Types
Client Appreciation Events
Personal Growth Groups
Best Attendee Types
Women in Business
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Mallory Brown speaks to the desire inside all of us to make an impact in the world.
Her story inspires audiences to live a passionate, generous, and global life
Mallory has spoken to corporations, nonprofits, educational institutions, and associations on the importance of empathy, compassion, and giving back. Clients include Fiat Chrysler Automo-biles, CSC Platinum Circle, GoFundMe, Habitat for Humanity, Ford, BEMA, Sustainable Brands, Coalition for Collegiate Women, Women’s Leadership Conference of SE Ohio, SXSW, and TieCon Detroit.
Mallory has been featured on The Today Show, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine, The Huffington Post, and Ambassador Magazine for pioneering a new, engaging approach to philanthropy. She has published over 40 humanitarian films directly raising over $300,000 for grassroots charities around the world.