Bio.

Prepare to be inspired to Think Big, meet Holly Budge. She’s a badass adventurer with a couple of world records under her belt, including being the first woman to skydive Everest and race 1000km across Mongolia on semi-wild horses. She recently climbed to the summit of Everest and has raised over £300K for charities. She doesn’t stop there, she is passionate about elephants and is educating and inspiring a global audience about the devastating impacts of the African Elephant ivory trade. Her multi award-winning charity, How Many Elephants, is immersive, design-led and will leave you speechless. It visualises the annual poaching rate of 35K elephants in a powerful art installation and avoids any gruesome or gory imagery. Holly is gaining momentum quicker than a charging herd of elephants and is touring major international cities with her anti-poaching campaign.

Download One Page Synopsis

Pre-talk intro.

[Today/tonight] our speaker has been described as “one of the UK’s most accomplished female adventurers”,who is here to share lessons she has learnt from climbing to the summit of Everest, becoming the first woman to skydive Everest and racing 1000 km across Mongolia on semi wild horses to mention but a few of her adventures. She has motivated thousands of people around the world to climb their Everest, simply by inspiring them to take action. She is also a renowned conservationist and founder of a multi award-winning charity, How Many Elephants, which is making a tremendous impact to the front line of conservation in Africa. To date, she has fundraised over £300K (GBP). Ladies and gentleman, prepare yourselves to be inspired to Think Big. Please welcome, Holly Budge.

Headshots.

Download High-Res Images Here

AV Requirements.

Presentation requires:

  • Screen
  • Data projector
  • Audio speakers
  • Contains videos

Microphone options:

  • Lapel or
  • Hand held or
  • Headset

Computer

  • Holly will bring her MacBook Pro or
  • Can plug presentation into host computer via USB
  • Holly will bring her own clicker or use hosts