CO-FOUNDER AND PODCAST HOST, UK
In 1996, I became the first UK woman to reach the Magnetic North Pole, something I never imagined was possible. It made me realise that we can all achieve amazing things, but we often just need some inspiration to get started. By listening to the experiences of other people who may be unalike you, I hope that you reflect on your capabilities and what’s possible. Listen to my story here.
Inspiration has the power to change how we think and what we do. As a youngster I wanted to be a racing driver, and after responding to an advert in the press, I began my career in motorsport as a Tyre Engineer working in F1. I work with Sue to find our amazing guests, discuss what we want to learn from them, and act as a catalyst to keep us improving what we do. Listen to my story here.
Matías de Ezcurra
SOUND DESIGNER AND EDITOR, ARGENTINA
With 10 years of professional experience and a Degree in Electroacoustic Music Composition, and another in Sound Recording and Mixing, I help to make the podcasts sound great for our listeners. Listen to my story here.
SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING, UK
I run a digital marketing business, and am a car nut. When not at work, you will more than likely find me huddled under the bonnet of my car, pushing my boundaries and learning new skills at the same time. I help to communicate the podcast to the wider world.
Royal Scottish Geographical Society
We are proud to partner with Royal Scottish Geographical Society, a dynamic educational charity, founded in 1884 with a rich history of inspiring people to discover more about the world around them.
Access to Inspiration Ambassadors
We are delighted that our ambassadors share our belief that inspiration can play a role in encouraging people to maximise their potential, and they help us to share the podcast with a wider community.
We are delighted that Paul Rose was our first Access to Inspiration Ambassador. One of the world’s most experienced science expedition leaders, and former Vice President of the Royal Geographical Society, Paul is Expedition Leader for the National Geographic Pristine Seas Expeditions. He was Base Commander of Rothera Research Station, Antarctica for ten years and was awarded HM The Queens Polar Medal. Paul presents a number of BBC TV programmes on current affairs, science and the environment. Listen to Paul’s story here.
Jamie Ramsay is an endurance adventure athlete. He has completed over 43,000km of human powered adventuring in 31 countries and 25 different adventures by running, cycling, hiking, skiing, paddle-boarding and mountaineering. Each adventure Jamie undertakes is designed to challenge him in new ways. Over the years, Jamie has worked with a number of notable global and UK brands including Microsoft, Land Rover Mobile, Gore Wear, Cotswold Outdoor and Whole Earth. Listen to Jamie’s story here.
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