> Liv Arnesen, Polar Explorer || |
In 1994, became the first woman to ski solo and unsupported to the South Pole, a 50-day expedition of more than 750 miles. In 1992, led the first unsupported women's crossing of the Greenland Ice Cap. In 1996, participated in an expedition to Mount Everest, coming within 6,200 feet of the summit.
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In 1995, Liv founded White Horizons, a company that provides motivational lectures and teambuilding programs to youths and adults. She served as marketing director of Svalbard Polar Travel and has lead expeditions in Norway, Svalbard, Tibet and Nepal. Liv has been involved with education for 20 years as a teacher and a coach.
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