“Articulate, eloquent and telling it as it is” – speaker testimony, James Wight
My previous adventures include hiking 1000km the length of Israel, kayaking the width of the UK against plastic pollution and kick scooting the entire length of the USA. My mission is to inspire as many people to go on adventures so they can realise their potential and reconnect with nature.
Seeing a gender imbalance in the outdoors, I founded the Love Her Wild community. Providing support and opportunities so that more women can access adventures. The community has grown to over 6,000 members.
For my work inspiring others to go on adventures, I’ve been awarded Legacy Maker on the San Miguel alternative rich list, nominated for The Great Outdoors personality of the year and winner of the Next Generation Award.
I share personal journals, adventure inspiration and advice on my blog, the Ordinary Adventurer. My website receives 15,000+ monthly page views, I have a 4,000+ mailing list and I have a combined social media reach of 28,000+. Find out more in my media pack below.
I’ve organised and led expeditions in the UK and overseas. Each year I organise a Love Her Wild mini adventure festival for over 70 women. I am available to lead private groups, including putting together challenging and exciting expeditions.
I regularly deliver talks at schools, events, festivals and conferences. My talks focus on adventure and conservation, inspiring others to get outdoors and set challenges so they can realise their full potential and reconnect with nature. I’m also available give talks on building a brand, growing a community and blogging. Find out more in my speaking pack below.
For enquiries contact me on [email protected]
In the media
Some examples of my appearances in the press include:
Print articles include The Observer, London Evening Standard, High Life Magazine and The Independent
Radio include BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio Bristol
Podcasts interviews include Tough Girl Podcast and Sustainable Mind
TV Appearances include KATU and KUSI