Introducing … Rachel Colenso

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Rachel hit world headlines when she was stranded on a sheer face at 3000m during an extreme blizzard in the Swiss Alps. After two nights on a tiny ledge with 1000 metre drops each side she was evacuated by helicopter.

Rachel is one of a small group of women to endure the rigorous British SAS Special Forces 21 selection process. This experience has enabled her to become adept at inspiring groups to go beyond their limits and realise possibilities in areas they would not have believed they could. Rachel was also a ‘Super Human’ finalist in the UK Channel 4 television series.

Rachel is a popular conference and inspirational speaker, has appeared on a number of films and TV and one of just a few female mountain guides in the world. The TV film of her survival on a sheer cliff, broadcast in numerous countries has earned Rachel an international reputation, and her dramatic account has people on the edges of their seats, and thinking for a long time afterwards about strategies that they can translate into their own work environments, or in their own lives. It also makes people aware of what can be accomplished despite unforeseen events or plans that don’t run smoothly. (Film and TV engagements include: FreeFall – US feature staring Julia Roberts brother Eric, an Australian Soap, Stunts for ‘Home and Away’, German and South African commercials and presenting on a BBC childrens’ defence and martial art program with Major Phil Ashby, BBC challenge docu in Belize, Channel 4, and Animal Planet.)

Over the last ten years Rachel has engaged with an impressive list of corporate clients who have endorsed her speaking. Over 80% of her events result from repeat bookings and referrals from previous clients. Having additionally worked for three years in the pharmaceutical industry and run her own company, Rachel naturally makes the connections between leading teams up difficult and demanding mountain faces; or competing as an effective team member in adventure racing events, and the hurdles and challenges one faces in a business context.

Rachel is well informed, articulate, and confident at communicating her message to senior level management at international conferences as well as delivering highly personalised addresses to smaller teams within the confines of their own office space. Whether a large auditorium or small office space, the ability to reach out and touch people’s minds in a positive way is at the heart of Rachel’s success as an inspiring speaker.

Rachel’s adventurous expeditions to promote eco tourism and sustainable development have also raised funds and awareness for charities such as the British Red Cross, and her book, ‘In a High and Desperate provides useful information for business or life on how to survive and succeed in times of extreme adversity.

 

Introducing … Michael Lazaris

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Michael Lazaris is a vet, television presenter and expert originally from South Africa.
Born in Cape Town, Michael grew up with his own menagerie of animals, from snakes and chameleons to dogs, cats and parrots. He then moved with his family to Greece for 6 years before heading to the University of Edinburgh, where Michael completed his veterinary and zoology degrees. Michael now works as a small animal vet in London at the RSPCA Putney Animal Hospital, where he helps treat all animals, from British wildlife to stray cats and dogs, some of which have been abused or mistreated.
As an expert and presenter, Michael has worked on TV programmes such as The Dog Rescuers and Jo Brand’s Cats and Kittens for Channel 5. Michael also made an appearance on First Dates Series 7 for Channel 4.
Michael’s passion is volunteering at animal rescue centres around the world. Michael has helped capture giraffe and rhinos in South Africa, treated Asian elephants in Thailand, and helped with neuter clinics in Cariacou and St Lucia. To help raise awareness about pet health, Michael runs a successful Instagram account showcasing his veterinary work.

‘Bristol’s best play of the year’

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Our talent, Edson Burton, has recently finished production of ‘ANANSI AND THE GRAND PRIZE’ in which he starred, wrote & co-produced in. 

The play has received very positive reviews which can be found below and for more information visit the website: https://bristololdvic.org.uk/whats-on/anansi-and-the-grand-prize#overview 

★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Bristol’s best play of the year
Bristol Post 

★ ★ ★ ★
Uplifting and joyous
UK Theatre Web

 

Danielle Fahiya update

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Danielle will be reading a selection of scenes from her play, Footsteps in a Foreign Land, with fellow cast members at Chapter next Wednesday 27th November.

The event is free to attend but you’ll have to register on the Eventbrite website here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ffilm-cymru-bfi-network-wales-present-launchpad-registration-80791061239

Danielle’s time slot is from 12:00 – 12:45pm.

England call up for Lisa!

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Lisa Gawthorne was called up to run for England last weekend in the British Masters Cross Country at Aintree Racecourse. We are all incredibly proud of Lisa and it’s well deserved. Hopefully this is the start of something big for our talent.

Mick Dawson November Update

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One of our talents, Mick Dawson, has a very busy month ahead of him. There are a number of talks he’s going to be a part of in November:

15th – Mick’s a keynote speaker at the Captains Black Tie Dinner at The Dyke Golf Club, East Sussex.

20th – He’ll be the keynote at the Pegasus Network Club (Military Club) lunch in London.

21st – He’s attending the Royal Marines Charity Dinner at London’s Guildhall (As a guest of the sponsor Patron Capital).

29th– He’ll be spending a day at The Petersfield School, where he will be giving a series of presentations to the students during the day and in the evening a presentation for the general public at the school theatre. Tickets are still available and he will be signing copies of his first book in the evening.

He’s also speaking twice this month at NARU (National Ambulance Resilience Unit) on two of their hazardous training courses where Mick regularly delivers presentations on adaptive leadership, crisis management, teamwork and resilience.

Early in December, Mick departs on a Celebrity cruise ship ‘Constellation’ as a guest speaker, selling his first book; battling the oceans in a rowboat, and promoting his second; Never Leave a Man Behind, which is published in June 2020. He’ll be sailing from Dubai to Singapore via a host of great locations including; India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

As well as these talks, Mick is also busy training for a 90k cross country ski race with his old rowing partner, Steven Sparkes (Who’s blind). They’re taking part in the Vasaloppen in Sweden, on March 1st. Due to Mick having not skied since 1984, that should be interesting …

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