Contact: hello@sarahouten.com

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Sarah’s stories are of turning dreams into goals, of facing fear and embracing failures, of pushing on through impossibles and going back for another try.  Sarah Outen’s expeditions have pushed boundaries on possibility and potential, almost killed her on a few occasions and taught her invaluable lessons on risk, resilience, team work and forging your own path. Her most recent London2London: Via the World expedition saw her row, cycle and kayak around the Northern Hemisphere over 4.5 years. It is a story of having a go, failing, having another go and ultimately of learning when to let go. Since coming home from her expeditions and settling into married life, Sarah has made a film ‘Home’ with acclaimed Editor and Director Jen Randall, which can also be a part of any speaker offering. Stories of Sarah’s expeditions resonate with all audiences and can be tailored to any event. Her trademark energy, enthusiasm and humour, coupled with her  insight and openness to share about her mental health struggles and healing journeys make her an engaging, compelling speaker. 












For Sarah’s 2016 TEDMED talk click HERE 

Sarah Outen TEDMED 2016 photo speaking stage









Sarah has written two books on her journeys –Dare to Do – published 2016 | A Dip in the Ocean – published 2011 – and will one day finally write a children’s book.

Recent clients include: Canada Bank, Vistage, Cisco, Dentons, Do Lectures,TEDMED, The Rugby Players’ Association, Forum for the Built Environment, Canada Life, AIG, Accenture, EY, Mars, Iridium, Saatchi and Saatchi, TEDx,  Mckinsey, AT Kearney, Iridium, Endsleigh, Zurich New Re, Stars Foundation, Pets At Home, Ashridge Business School, University of Oxford,  Royal Geographical Society, London International Boatshow, Vancouver International Film Festival, Kendal Mountain Film Festival, Banff Mountain Film Festival, Sunday Papers Live, Emirates Literary Festival, IMMRAMA Travel Writing Festival, Wilderness Festival, Escape the City.



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