About Roz Savage
Roz Savage is an expert in courage, resilience, and mindset, drawing on her experiences as the most prolific female ocean rower in history. She has rowed – solo – across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans, spending over five hundred days and nights alone at sea, often many hundreds of miles from the nearest human being. Inspired by the coronavirus pandemic, her latest book, The Gifts of Solitude, shares her coping strategies for dealing with fear, helplessness, disorientation and self-doubt. When you can’t change your circumstances, you have to change your perspective. The author of Rowing the Atlantic, and Stop Drifting, Start Rowing, she is completing a doctorate in Yin Leadership for Tumultuous Times, and writes, lectures, and speaks on equality, sustainability, personal development, psychology, politics, and economics. She also serves as a coach, adviser, and consultant on issues relating to the future, sustainability, and the empowerment of women.