Mallory Brown is a successful social entrepreneur, worldwide adventure traveler, and global humanitarian.
Mallory has been featured on the Today Show, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Crain’s Detroit Business, the Huffington Post, and Ambassador Magazine for pioneering a new, engaging approach to philanthropy.
Her new talk, titled “Walk A Mile,” is based on her latest social impact project in which she is completing a marathon by walking a mile with 26 different women around the world to raise money for local non-profits and bring awareness to empathy and empowerment.
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Mallory's Latest Campaign: "Walk a Mile"
Walk a Mile: The Empathy Experience
Want to make a true impact on the lives of others? Travel with Mallory on a journey around the globe to hear incredible stories of human connection. From African tribes and Syrian refugees, to the homeless in the U.S., you’ll step into the shoes of others to understand how connected we all are.
In her keynote, Mallory will teach you the power that each person has to make a difference. She’ll explain how empathy is the key to action, and how we, as individuals, have the ability to drastically impact each other’s lives. Through personal stories, heartfelt motivation, and key action steps, you’ll feel empowered to go out there and make a difference.
1. Believe in the true power of an individual to create an impact.
2. Understand the importance of giving and how purpose changes our outlook on life.
3. Learn 5 ways to increase your daily empathy.
4. Find inspiration to take action, and…
5. GIVE! You’ll have the chance to apply what you’ve learned IMMEDIATELY during our “Walk A Mile” interactive segment.
*1 hour keynote (45-minute presentation with 15 minutes of Q&A).
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Corporate or nonprofit groups focused on the personal growth of attendees.
Best Attendee Types
Women and Youth