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Climbing the world to end Alzheimer's

Globally Recognized Keynote Speaker
Alan Arnette

"... we are quite pleased with the end result and you were definitively
the best Keynote speaker the event ever had!"

John Clese
Director of Marketing, Abila, inc.

Alan Arnette is a captivating speaker, passionate mountain climber and committed advocate for Alzheimer’s individuals and their families. His public speaking is a one of a kind experience. He speaks to audiences from corporate to non-profit to education.

K2: Fighting for the Summit and Life

Designed for Corporate, Outdoor audiences:
Alan ties his summit of K2 in July 2014 with the struggles and achievements of a seemingly impossible goal.

Lessons from Alzheimer's: From the Summit of Everest

Designed for Alzheimer's Caregivers, families or anyone impacted by this disease:
Alan brings home the realities of Alzheimer's with his candid presentation about his mother's struggle.

Purpose and Passion: Making Your Mark on the World

Alan’s high impact multimedia presentation for corporate audiences takes audiences through the three phases of accomplishing a challenging goal: preparation, execution and overcoming adversity.


K2 Summit July 27, 2014
Oldest and 18th American to summit K2 at age 58

Everest Summit May 21, 2011
Success at age 54 after 3 previous attempts

7 Summits 2011
A Message of Alzheimer's Hope, Need and Urgency
from the 7 Continents in 322 Days

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Everest 2014


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