Mallory Brown is a worldwide adventure traveler, documentary filmmaker, and global humanitarian. She travels the world to tell real-life stories of human connection. Mallory’s goal is to encourage others to embrace empathy and reignite their own desire to make an impact. At the age of 33, she has traveled to over 50 countries, started two social impact companies, published over 40 humanitarian films, and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to fight international poverty. Mallory’s engaging, personal approach to philanthropy is redefining “giving back” in the modern age. Mallory’s latest endeavor, “Walk A Mile,” is a global marathon for women’s empowerment. She’s walking a marathon, one mile at a time, with 26 impoverished women around the world. 26 miles. 26 women. 26 stories of strength. As each “mile” benefits a local charity, the series aims to prove that the economic empowerment of women is key to pulling families out of poverty. Mallory’s story inspires others to live a passionate, generous, and global life. Her efforts have been featured by the Today Show, The New York Times, Crain’s Detroit Business, the Huffington Post, and Cosmopolitan Magazine. Mallory was born and raised in Michigan, graduated from Albion College, and currently lives on the edge of Detroit.