Chaz Powell is an Explorer, Expedition Leader and Survival Guide.
Recognized as Explorer of the Year 2021 by the Scientific Exploration Society
His ongoing project ‘The Wildest Journey’ is all about his explorations by foot along Africa's wildest rivers with an aim to raise awareness for wildlife conservation and anti poaching.
In this episode, Chaz shares his experiences exploring wild Africa. Charged by elephants, imprisoned by villagers, suffering extreme dehydration and encounters with witchcraft, Chaz has ventured to places where few outsiders have ever been.
Follow Chaz on his website TheWildestJourney.com
Meghan Buchanan. Her quest to become the first American woman to complete the Adventurer's Grand Slam: Climbing the 7 summits and skiing to the North and South Poles.
Meghan faced adversity from an early age, when her family learned she was dyslexic at age 7.
Determined to overcome this learning disability, she pursued a career in aerospace engineering where she has worked on spacecraft designs. In 2011, Meghan suffered a life-threatening snowboarding accident, severely breaking her femur. Told she was lucky to be alive, and that she’d have to use a cane for the rest of her life, Meghan once again persevered and set a goal to take on the world’s highest Summits and both poles.
Meghan has since summited Mount Kilimanjaro, Aconcagua, Elbrus, Denali, Mt. Vinson , and completed the South Pole Last Degree Ski, all on her first attempts.
Her quest continues, this Spring 2022, returning to complete MT. EVEREST.
She is dedicated to becoming the 1st Rocket Scientist to climb the 7 Summits, as well as the 1st US woman to complete the Adventurers’ Grand Slam.
Visit her website Ggrit.com and follow her on Facebook and Instagram.
Join Amy Greeson as she recounts her expeditions in search of new medicines in remote Jungles and Rain forests. Her encounters with gifted native healers, arrest and interrogation in the Congo, disembodied spirits along with poisonous caterpillars, swarming insects and deadly vipers.
Amy is a Pharmacist, a Fellow of The Explorers Club and a member of the Society of Woman Geographers. She has led expeditions into the jungles and rain forests of the Amazon, Madagascar, Papua New Guinea and the Republic of the Congo seeking out native healers and the natural medicines they use. Amy works to document and preserve these indigenous healing methods in the hope that one day they may be successfully used in Western medicine. Her life is a true story of adventure in the name of science.
Follow Amy Greeson at her Facebook Page.
The website for her book https://andthesilentspoke.com