Gary Guller, Mt. Everest Summiter, uses his extraordinary experiences to share with his audiences the importance of equality, determination, team-work and integrity, and how these traits lead to personal and professional success. Gary shows how acceptance of diversity and diversity of thought will serve a globally integrated world economy in a positive way.
MT. EVEREST / ENDURANCE
Gary was leader of the largest ever cross-disability group to reach Mt Everest Base Camp, at 17,500 feet. He then went on to scale the peak, reaching the summit on May 23, 2003, and becoming the first person with one arm to summit Mt. Everest. Later the next year, Gary lead an expedition to the summit of the world's sixth highest mountain, Mt. Cho Oyu, in Tibet.
WRITER / FILM
From Shackleton to Circuit City, IBM to Caravaggio, Gary Guller's book, “Make Others Greater” combines Gary's incredible stories with those of leaders and businesses around the world to deliver a commanding and inspirational message of resilience and empowerment. Survival alone doesn't define us. It's what we learn from the experience that does.
"Gary's visit was a powerful reminder that no obstacle should remain unchallenged and that no person should be dismissed without the opportunity to prove what their passion and determination can accomplish." - IBM
Inspiration, motivation, team building, effective communication and strong leadership are just a few of the topics that will be discussed in these highly professional, energized presentations. Gary is a tier-one keynote speaker who travels the globe and a few of his clients include IBM, IBM India, Phillips, Goldman Sachs, Raytheon, Microsoft, Met Life, Lenovo, Toyota, SAP, Nokia Siemens Networks, Computacenter, dWise Solutions, CGS, American Express, Applied Materials, HP, Exxon, Chevron, DiamlerChrysler, US Army, US Navy and the FBI.