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Lessons learned from a Mud Hut
After traveling to over 30 countries, Mallory Brown has explored the remote corners of the world. This presentation shares her experiences with multiples cultures and witnessing the full spectrum of human life. Hear stories from the jungles of Madagascar to natural disasters in Nepal to hidden tunnels for the homeless in the United States. Photos of children in Kenya will bring tears to your eyes and while stories of family drama in Haiti will make you laugh about your own. Learn how, in the end, human kindness always prevails. Regardless of language, cultural, religion, and wealth, we are all more alike than we are different. Leave feeling inspired about the state of our world and how you can improve it in the future.
As an avid adventurer and risk taker, Mallory shares the secret to her bold lifestyle — JUST GO! Hear stories of her travels around the world and how lessons learned from packing a backpack apply to everyday life. You'll leave this presentation inspired to put aside your own fear, try new things, challenge yourself … and live a fuller life.
New Generation of Giving
Mallory is 29 years old and on the cutting edge of philanthropy. She activates a generation obsessed with social media, instant gratification, and self-promotion to gain a global view of compassion and charity. In 2015 alone, Mallory raised over $100,000 by online crowdfunding to help incredible causes around the world. Learn the secret to her success (direct, personal giving) and how to harness the power of technology. This presentation shares how millennials feel about the world and how to best engage the next generation in our global society.
Living your Dream Life
Mallory shares how to turn your passion into your business. At the age of 24, Mallory became a social entrepreneur and transformed her personal experiences into a sustainable career. Today, six years later, she lives her dream life. "I travel the world to help people. This is my dream life." Mallory shares how she found her passion, crafted her lifestyle, overcame obstacles, and how you can do the same. You'll leave this presentation inspired to make the most of your life and empowered with the tools to begin today!
Work for the World
As a social entrepreneur, Mallory works in both for-profit and non-profit sectors. Compare the intricacies of business and charity, and learn how to best leverage tactics from each industry. Exploring the trends of corporate social responsibility and philanthropic products, you'll learn how the greatest success can perhaps be achieved by combining the two. You'll walk away from this presentation inspired to find a win-win balance between profit and philanthropy.
NEW ADD-ON SESSION (for an additional $5,000 if booked with the keynote)
In addition to Mallory’s keynote, she offers small- group workshops to help share her secret formula for success. In this session, either before or after her keynote to your organization, she will provide sound, actionable fundraising strategies that helped her raise money (above and beyond) for her 24-hour campaigns. She will walk you through the steps: how to set up your fundraiser, tell an incredible story, get the word out, and hopefully surpass your goal!
Why book Mallory Brown
Curious about the world around her, Mallory Brown, at the age of 20, strapped on a backpack and set out to discover new people and places. She fell in love with the world. She learned to appreciate different ways of life and was deeply touched the universality of basic human need.
Ten years later, Mallory has become a successful social entrepreneur, worldwide adventure traveler, and humanitarian. She is founder of World Clothes Line – a “buy 1, give 1” apparel company on a mission to clothe the world. Mallory is the first brand ambassador for CrowdRise, the largest crowdfunding platform for good. As director of the CrowdRise 24-Hour Impact Project, she runs flash fundraisers that engage donors in full-circle philanthropy. Mallory also serves as Director of Communication for global non-profit Chefs4Kids. She creates innovative strategies for giving and transforms the lives of children in need around the world.
Mallory has worked on-the-ground in 22 countries, representing dozens of companies, and hundreds of generous donors to help thousands in need. Her efforts have been featured by The Today Show, the New York Times, Crain’s Detroit Business, the Huffington Post, and Ambassador Magazine. Mallory has attracted corporate sponsorship from organizations such as Ford Motor Company, Zappos, Moosejaw Mountaineering, CreateMyTee, and Meijer. Mallory shared her new approach to philanthropy at TedxDetroit 2015 with a talk titled “How to Save the World Before You’re 30.”
Mallory was born and raised in Michigan and currently lives on the edge of Detroit. She believes that direct, personal giving will inspire the next generation to give back. Mallory’s unique approach to charity is making a mark in the philanthropic world and proves that each person truly can make a difference.