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 travel to different countries to work for a greater cause. Mallory recently appeared on our Eagles Talent podcast to talk about everything from her travels, keynotes, and social impact projects:
Here are a few ways Mallory’s travels have influenced her keynotes and how she uses storytelling to drive her message across:
In Walk A Mile, Mallory tells the stories of 26 impoverished working women around the world in an effort to raise awareness and encourage others to make a difference.
When it comes to her latest social impact project, Walk A Mile, one of Mallory’s biggest goals is to empower viewers to make a difference and help improve the lives of others. Each episode follows a new woman and the struggles she faces, along with a nonprofit organization that works with her.
Through Walk A Mile, Mallory encourages viewers to look at life from a new perspective and show some empathy. After watching each episode, viewers are able to make a donation, which goes directly to the nonprofit featured on the episode.
Mallory’s new keynote focuses on the importance of empathy in daily life.
According to Mallory, her travels have left a lasting impact on her, shaping her entire approach to people. She relates this to her keynote speeches by drawing in on the significance of person-to-person human connection.
“The biggest takeaway I can gather from my travels is that people are all the same. We are so much more alike than we are different, but we focus on the differences when we should be focusing on the similarities.”
In Mallory’s keynotes, she conveys an attitude of acceptance and human understanding in an effort to get attendees to recognize the importance of empathy. She goes on to say that her approach to the world is the same as her approach to her speaking because she wants others to feel the sense of fulfillment that comes with being more welcoming and accepting of others.
Are you interested in booking Mallory Brown to speak with your audience about the importance of empathy and storytelling? Visit eaglestalentmanagement.com or call 1.800.345.5607 for more information.