Alison Levine – More Inspirational Stories

Alison Levine - Climbing PhotoNearly a year ago, we shared the inspirational story of Alison Levine, diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome at age 17 and Raynaud’s in her early 20’s.

Despite these disorders, she become team captain of the first American Women’s Everest Expedition and one of only 30 people in the world to have successfully climbed the highest peaks on every continent, plus skiing to both the North and South Poles (a feat referred to as the Adventure Grand Slam).

Today she’s a corporate inspirational speaker.  Here’s a link to her recent session with the Phoenix Suns.  For those who missed our earlier post, here’s the blog article with a video of one of her corporate presentations.

Wouldn’t it be great to schedule a session for her to address Raynaud’s sufferers?  Let us know if that’s something you’d be interested in attending!