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In the Media | 11.07.19

Online Graduate Who Scaled Mt. Everest Featured for Leadership Workshop

Motivational speaker and Adler University graduate Alan Mallory was recently featured in the Columbia Valley Pioneer for his leadership workshop, “Reaching New Heights.” The workshop was hosted on November 8 at the Columbia Valley Centre in Alberta, Canada.

Mallory and his family scaled Mt. Everest in 2008, setting a world record for the four-person, self-guided expedition. He released a book following the journey titled The Family That Conquered Everest.

Read more about his expedition in the Columbia Valley Pioneer article “Mallory’s Motivation Reaches New Horizons.”

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