Lene Gammelgaard, being the first Nordic woman to summit Mount Everest in 1996 – and survive, has gained an extreme experience and rare insight through unpredictable and life threatening situations. Lene knows adversity and strives to study the latest research mapping the human brain to constantly adapt her work with leaders and organizations to stimulate maximum capabilities in any given situation.
Lene Gammelgaard has hands-on experience with vision creation, organizational strategy and concept development and implementation.Lene Gammelgaard holds a degree in Law from University of Copenhagen and degrees in Journalism and Psychotherapy. Her book, “Climbing High,” discloses some of the dynamics that lead to the triumph and tragedy while summiting Everest May 10 1996. The book became a global breakthrough. Lene Gammelgaard has since published three books. Her success has since been followed by 17 years of successful inspiration and mobilization of others.