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Mark Pollock

Explorer, Innovator & Collaboration Catalyst

Mark Pollock, unbroken by blindness competed in ultra- endurance races, being the first blind person to race to the South Pole. Mark then suffered a tragic fall from a second storey window. A pioneer, he is exploring the frontiers of spinal cord injury through physical therapy and robotic technology.

"An expert in resilience, innovation and collaboration"

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In detail

Mark is now exploring the intersection where humans and technology collide and catalysing collaborations that have never been done before. Through the Mark Pollock Trust, he is unlocking $1 billion to cure paralysis in our lifetime. Selected by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader, Mark is on the Board of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation (USA) and is a Wings for Life Ambassador (UK). Mark is the subject of the acclaimed documentary called Unbreakable, and is a TED, Davos, World Economic Forum speaker. Mark has been awarded honorary doctorates by The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and also from Queens University Belfast.

What he offers you

Mark helps people achieve more than they thought possible. It is tough to deliver world class performance - people won't do it by chance. With a high-impact catalyst you can help them act with the courage to make it happen. Mark Pollock is that catalyst.

How he presents

Mark Pollock's inspiring story combined with excellent communication skills make him an extraordinary presenter.


He presents in English.

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  • Adversity and Challenge
  • Leadership and Motivation
  • Mind-set and Performance
  • Collaboration and Teamwork
  • Human Enhancement


  • 2006
    Making It Happen

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