Jeff Salz
World-Class Explorer, Anthropologist, Author and TV Personality
Speaker Category: Inspirational


One of today’s authentic adventurers and explorers, Dr. Jeff Salz has traversed most of the remaining blank spots on the globe.
An expert in innovation, Jeff was the creativity consultant for the production team of The Lion King, the top grossing film of all time.
He has consulted and lectured for U.S. A.I.D. and the U.S. Information Agency in both Asia and Latin America. Jeff has also served as liaison officer and interpreter for NBC Television News, reporting from behind the rebel lines of El Salvador. A recognized television personality, he is a guest expert on adventure for the CBS Early Morning show and both creates and stars in adventure specials for the Discovery Network.

Jeff provides the foundation for adventurous thinking in any organization. An authority on authentic cultures, a 35 year veteran of adventuring and exploring with a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology, Jeff spent 10 years as a university professor. For the last 15 years, he has been safely guiding organizations through the turbulent seas of change, facilitating enhanced teamwork by helping them build ‘cultures of authenticity’. Jeff's best selling book, The Way of Adventure, is a ‘manual’ which assists organizations to keep the flame of adventure alive every day.
Jeff’s passion for our global similarities and thrilling adventure tales inspire audiences to, see things they have never before seen... or see familiar things as they have never before seen them.

Fast Facts on Jeff:

  • Ph.D. in cultural anthropology
  • Masters degree in experiential education
  • 10 years as a university professor
  • Guest adventure expert for CBS Early Morning show
  • Discovery Channel film maker and host
  • Creativity consultant for The Lion King, the top grossing film of all time
  • Best selling author, adventurer and explorer


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