Sarah Begum has begun serious training for her entry into the space industry, find out more about her journey in this beautiful video produced exclusively for Careers In Space and let it help inspire your efforts…
A Fellow of the Royal Geographical, Sarah Begum is an Immersive Investigative Journalist, Anthropologist-Explorer and Public Speaker. Sarah has been exploring the world, studying tribes and different ways of life whilst investigating current affairs and making a humanitarian effort to help people along the way through her work.
Sarah’s achievements include winning the “Spirit of Adventure Award” from the Captain Scott Society 2014 for her next big expedition, “Life In The Darien Gap”, shortlisted by the SES (Scientific Exploration Society) Explorer of the year Award 2014, Finalist of the National Geographic Explorer Award, Finalist of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship Award 2014, highly commended by The Adventure Fund in association with Sidetracked magazine.
Sarah was featured in The Guardian as part of the San Miguel Rich List 2016 for enriching explorers and named “world’s top 17 trailblazer” with an exhibition of her photos at Somerset House. She was published in Marie Claire in 2017 to share her life and work.
Sarah partnered with Russ Malkin to set up The Adventuress Club, a platform to empower female explorers. She has delivered a TEDx talk on the environment in Ghana amongst many others and as a public speaker, Sarah aims to inspire people through global topics rooted in her work.
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