She C.L.I.M.B.S.

Building confidence and self-esteem, one climb at a time.

She
C.   L.

Center for Leadership


B.  S.

Body   &   Spirit


I.  M.

In             mind

She-Climbs devotes its time and energy to passionately building the confidence and self-esteem of females of all ages, one climb at a time. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time. .

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She C.L.I.M.B.S. is dedicated to being a Center of Leadership In Mind, Body and Spirit (CLIMBS) for females of all ages by building self-esteem one climb at a time.

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She C.L.I.M.B.S. first climbers summit Mt. Kilimanjaro!

 

On January 10, 2014, She Climbers Helen Simons "HS" Berenyi and Alexis "Lexi" Peats successfully summited Africa's tallest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro, topping out at 5985 Meters or 19,340 feet above sea level.

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Meet Our Advisory Team

Mandy Ramsden

7 Summits Superstar and Motivational Speaker.

Quotable and Notable:

Sheldon Kerr

Certified Mountain and Ski Guide!  Leader and Advisor.

Suzanne Peats

Internet whiz kid and director of outreach.

  • Lexi Peats said shortly after the summit of Kilimanjaro, “I learned that if I try hard enough, I can do anything!”

  • HS Berenyi said on the summit of Kilimanjaro, “I want all 10 year olds out there to know that you can do just about anything you want to."

  • “These two are amongst the youngest kids in my 371 summits of Kilimanjaro, said Lead Climbing Guide, “Raj” Rajabu Hasan of KCB, a local Tanzanian climbing outfitter.  “They were strong from the first day to the last day, with no signs of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness).  The girls made it to the summit in 7 ½ hours.  Some of my climbers have taken 12 hours in the past,” said Hasan.