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Saray Khumalo

Saray Khumalo is an award-winning South African mountaineer and the first black African woman to summit Mount Everest and ski to the South Pole. She was born in Zambia, is of Rwandan heritage, and has lived in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa. Saray’s accomplishments include: holding a Guinness World Record, working as a leadership and transformation coach, and writing her memoir, My Journey to the Top of the World … And the Life Lessons I Learnt Along the Way. 

Saray is also a global keynote speaker and founder of the NPC Summits With a Purpose, which uses mountaineering to raise funds to promote literacy and education by building physical and digital libraries in disadvantaged schools. She believes that education is the great equaliser, capable of changing the narrative for the next generation. In her podcast Because It’s There, she talks to successful African and global leaders about their experiences and philosophies on leadership.

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