Rex Pemberton’s Key Accomplishments Include . . .
Rex Pemberton climbed Mt Everest at the age of 21. He then used his experience on Everest to lay the foundation for completing the Seven Summits – climbing the highest mountain on every continent. Rex Pemberton was the third youngest person in the world to achieve this remarkable feat.
Critical to his success, was Rex’s ability to demonstrate ROI to his sponsors, work closely with the media and build relationships with a global, virtual team before every climb. Rex Pemberton now uses these lessons about personal leadership, sustainable success and teamwork to deliver inspiring keynotes and facilitated workshops around the world.
To date, Rex Pemberton has delivered over 400 corporate presentations to over 50,000 people across all seven continents – including Antarctica! His client list includes top Australian, US and global businesses, including: Black Rock, iShares, CBRE Real Estate, Hewlett Packard, Panasonic, Seagate Technologies, Siemens and the University of California, Berkeley.
By combining youthful passion with the wisdom of experienced leaders, Rex Pemberton provides unique insight into achieving great success and rising above the competition.
More About Rex Permberton. . .
In addition to being a keynote speaker and facilitator, Rex Pemberton is also the designer of Peak Teams’ Everest Virtual Adventure.
Rex Pemberton was the recipient of the “Young Australian Adventurer of the Year” in both 2005 and 2007, as well as being a finalist in the 2006 “Young Australian of the Year.”
Originally from Sydney, Australia, Rex Pemberton is now based in Pine Mountain Lake, California with his wife.