“don't judge someone until you in their shoes.”
Mallory Brown: Beyond The Keynote
Mallory Brown is a filmmaker, humanitarian, and speaker. She travels the world to tell real-life stories of human connection. At the age of 34, Mallory has traveled to 50+ countries and to encourage a more compassionate, connected world. Her nonprofit films have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations to directly help people in need. Mallory speaks to audiences across the globe about the power of empathy and how one individual can truly make a difference. Her story inspires others to live a passionate, generous, and global life. Mallory’s efforts have been featured by the Today Show, The New York Times, the Huffington Post, and Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Mallory was born and raised in Michigan, graduated from Albion College, and currently lives on the edge of Detroit.
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.
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Humanitarian filmmaker Mallory Brown delivers second TEDx Talk on empathy and its power to impact change.