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 global humanitarian. She has founded two socially conscious businesses and implements innovative strategies for giving to transform the lives of children around the world.
Mallory has worked on-the-ground in 23 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, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Crain’s Detroit Business, the Huffington Post, and Ambassador Magazine. Mallory has attracted corporate sponsorship from organizations such as Ford Motor Company, Zappos, CrowdRise, Moosejaw Mountaineering, and Meijer. Mallory shared her new approach to philanthropy at TedxDetroit 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 one person truly can make a difference.