FOR SEASON TWO OF OUR PODCAST, WE HAVE PARTNERED WITH ROAM, A MEDIA COMPANY THAT STRIVES TO CONNECT THE ADVENTURE COMMUNITY TO A LIFE OF PURPOSE. THIS SEASON WE WILL EXPLORE THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAYS THAT YOU CAN GET INVOLVED IN SUPPORTING PODCAST GUEST’S WORK AS THEY USE THEIR PLATFORMS TO IMPROVE THE WORLD AROUND THEM.
Roam From Home
season Two: Adventure Activist Podcast
For Season Two of our podcast, we have partnered with ROAM, a media company that strives to connect the adventure community to a life of purpose. This season we will explore the most effective ways that you can get involved in supporting podcast guest’s work as they use their platforms to improve the world around them.
National Geographic Photographer and Alpinist Cory Richards joins CJ and Terry to kick off our effective altruism season of Roam from Home. We discuss turning the solo act of climbing into a way to connect with the world, the power of photography in promoting activism, and what he’s learned from talking openly about his struggles with mental health.
Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is a fourth generation runner using her platform to raise awareness and help solve the epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women. On this week’s episode of Roam from Home, she tells the story of how she turned the practice of running into a force for good in her community, brings up frightening statistics about the effects of white supremacy on native populations, and explains how you can help her make a difference.
Melissa Arnot is probably best known as the first American woman to summit and descend Everest without supplemental oxygen (she’s summited six times in total). In 2012, the death of a fellow mountain guide and friend revealed a problem to her: the loss of a Himalayan high-altitude worker often means the loss of the main source of income for that person’s family. This realization inspired her and David Morton to found The Juniper Fund, which has now provided cost of living grants, vocational training, and small business grants to 48 families. On this episode, she teaches us about creating valuable change, accepting visceral uncomfortability, and fighting against the ‘American view’ of philanthropy.