“don't judge someone until you in their shoes.”
Mallory Brown: Beyond The Keynote
Curious about the world around her, Mallory Brown strapped on a backpack and set out to discover new people and places at the age of 20. Along the way, she fell in love with the world and learned to appreciate different ways of life. She was deeply touched by the universality of basic human need. By the time she was 24, she transformed her experiences into a socially conscious business called World Clothes Line. Since then, she has worked on the ground in 19 different countries and has represented dozens of companies and hundreds of generous donors to provide help to thousands in need.
Her impact projects have been featured by The Today Show, the New York Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine, the Huffington Post, and many others. For her projects, Mallory has secured corporate sponsorship from organizations such as Ford Motor Company, Zappos, CrowdRise, Moosejaw Mountaineering, and Meijer.
As an impact storyteller, Mallory travels the world to tell real-life stories of human connection. Her goal is to connect audiences to incredible causes and provide a direct means to help. At the age of 32, Mallory has explored 45+ countries, represented dozens of brands, and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. Through her work, Mallory expresses her love of culture and humanity. Her story inspires others to live a passionate, generous, and global life.
Walk a Mile
A Global marathon for women's empowerment
As part of her “Walk a Mile” initiative, Mallory Brown has vowed to walk a total of 26 individual miles with 26 impoverished working women in 26 different locations while capturing each woman’s unique story. Each story will constitute one episode of a 26-episode series documenting the struggles and daily life of working women around the world. Through this project, Mallory aims to raise $1 million and awareness for working women around the world while showing viewers that the economic empowerment of women is an essential tool in fighting extreme poverty.
The Buzz on Mallory Brown
In February, GoFundMe launched season two of its podcast, True Stories of Good People. The podcast serves to highlight the accomplishments of everyday heroes and how they make a difference while inspiring their own communities to do the same. The podcast also recognizes extraordinary individuals who go above and beyond
In her lifetime, global humanitarian and social entrepreneur Mallory Brown has traveled to 50 countries. This means that in her years, Mallory has seen almost a quarter of the world, which is not something many people can say. Rather than using her travels for leisure, Mallory has been known to
Although there are widespread social issues around the world, some of these issues are happening right here in our very own backyards. While episode one of Walk A Mile took global humanitarian Mallory Brown to Tanzania, episode two finds her right in her hometown of Detroit, Michigan. In episode two