He climbed Mt Everest!
For over 30 years, Dan Stringham has worked at Prudential Financial as a Vice President and Corporate Counsel. As a lawyer, one would think that Stringham was risk averse, but in May of 2018, Stringham did something very risky; he climbed Mt. Everest.
Stringham, a Randolph resident, has been a so called "Everest Junkie" for many years. He started to seriously consider climbing Mt. Everest around 2016 shortly after he reached the summit of Denali/Mt. McKinley in the Alaska Range. He has climbed 6 of the so-called 7 Summits of the World, which are the highest mountains on each of the 7 continents.
On May 18, 2018, Stringham set foot on the top of Mt. Everest. Come hear Stringham, an experienced high-altitude mountaineer, talk about the climb and the lessons he learned along the trail.
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 7:00p.m. on Zoom
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