Margaret Kohn plans to summit Mount Kilimanjaro in honor of the victims of Orlando’s Pulse nightclub shooting, despite her diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.
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The Suncoast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has nominated Growing Bolder for two EMMY® Awards, honoring the company’s first documentary Conquering Kilimanjaro, as well as its special series Surviving & Thriving®.
What do you get when you combine one of the world’s greatest mountains, one of the world’s greatest mountaineers with one of the world’s greatest causes? One of the world’s greatest adventures.
What do you do when a friend, business associate and mountaineering icon asks you to produce a video promoting his one-of-a-kind corporate speaking business? You do it. And whether you want to hire Chris Warner or not, we know you’ll be inspired by what he’s accomplished and learned on the world’s most dangerous mountains.
Dr. Robert Masson is a world-renowned neurosurgeon. He’s also the son and brother of those afflicted by cancer. He explains how he hopes his trek to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro sends a message of hope to others dealing with challenges in life.
Doug Ulman is not one to back down from challenges. From battling cancer three times, to building LIVESTRONG into one of the world’s most powerful and effective cancer fighting communities and then leading the organization through its biggest crisis, Ulman has been a fearless warrior.
Jeremy Jungling was a newlywed, running coach and in the best shape of his life. When he learned he had colon cancer, he was stunned. See how the experience has changed him and why he’s no longer waiting until “I’m older” to chase his dreams.
We’re proud to present this special edition of our daily TV show, Growing Bolder, to take you behind-the-scenes of our first documentary, Conquering Kilimanjaro. In this 30-minute special, we’ll show you why GB Founder and CEO Marc Middleton chose to say yes to this adventure to not only climb the mountain but to shoot a film along the way.
Stuart Scott, a longtime anchor at ESPN, died Sunday morning at the age of 49 after a long battle with cancer. Stu was a good friend of many at GB who worked with him for years in local television. See how his friends paid tribute to him on Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Please join us on Dec. 3, 2014 for a special evening. Find out how you can join us for Stand Up for Wendy Night to honor our friend and colleague Wendy Chioji.
We’re in the final phases of editing the first film from Bolder Docs. Check out this two-minute segment from our upcoming documentary, Conquering Kilimanjaro.