August 24 - 26, 2020
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He shares motivating keynotes and workshops on personal resilience, resilient teamwork and resilient leadership. Jim has scaled high peaks from Argentina to Nepal, from Bolivia to Tibet. The US National Park Service has commended Jim twice for volunteering for successful high-altitude rescues in Colorado and Alaska.
While first attempting to ascend Mt. Everest in 2015, Jim and his partners survived massive earthquakes and avalanches. He shared his incredible experiences and insights with CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, Smithsonian Channel, PBS and more. Jim returned to Everest in 2017 and summited safely.
For 20 years. Jim worked as a hydrogeologist (B.S. & M.S. degrees) and ran his own environmental consulting firm. Earlier he worked as an industrial painter on high-voltage electrical towers carrying 230,000 volts.
Jim co-authored the New York Times best-selling survival memoir, "The Ledge: An Inspirational Story of Friendship and Survival". The Ledge won the National Outdoor Book Award for Outdoor Literature and was picked one of the Best Books of the Year by Amazon. His epic survival story was featured in an international TV episode of "I Shouldn't Be Alive" on the Discovery Channel.
Jimmy Page is a speaker, writer, trainer and leadership coach and his mission is to inspire and activate the heroic potential and greatness in others. He currently serves as the West Divisional Vice President for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Prior to that, Jimmy was a leader in the health & fitness, medical wellness, and sports performance industry.
Jimmy has coauthored several books including One Word, Life Word, WisdomWalks, True Competitor, PrayFit, and Called to Greatness. He is a frequent speaker for companies, schools, sports teams, and non-profits like the NCAA, National Security Agency (NSA), YMCA, Salvation Army, State Farm, Baltimore Ravens, and many others. He is a featured columnist for Sports Spectrum Magazine and has been interviewed by CBS News, Fox NY and Fast Company. His experience as an operator, entrepreneur, and consultant helps him create high-performing, positive teams.
Jimmy is also the Co-Founder of Believe Big, Inc. He and his wife Ivelisse started this innovative cancer foundation following her victory over cancer, bringing together the conventional and integrative medical communities. As a lifelong athlete, Jimmy still cycles and competes in Spartan races. Jimmy and Ivelisse live in Fort Collins, Colorado and have four grown kids - Jimmy, Jacob, John, and Grace.
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