Karla Wheelock

Originally from Saltillo, Coahuila, she always had a great attraction for mountains and sports; She practiced swimming, running, tennis and basketball at an amateur level and in 1980 she began to climb hills near her hometown. She studied law at the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

In 1993 she made her first international ascent to the highest mountain in America, El Aconcagua with 6,962 meters. On May 19, 1999, she reached the summit of the Everest, the highest mountain in the world (8,848 meters), becoming the first Mexican and Latin American woman to achieve it on the northern route. With the aim of making Mexico shine, she decided to do the Grand Slam (the 7 highest peaks of each continent), and in October 2005 she became the first Latin American woman to achieve it.

The conferences and workshops for companies and educational institutions that Karla teaches, allow people to have a first-hand experience, regarding the topic we want to correct or stimulate. She goes deep into each example with the objective of obtaining commitment for immediate action, in such a way that it serves to sow in the deepest part of your organization the necessary message according to your objectives such as:

– Integration
– Teamwork
– Communication efficiency
– Generation of trust and commitment
– Elimination of excuses
– Personal growth
– Leadership
– Stimulation to obtain results and search for common objectives.

Karla Wheelock international lecturer, specializes in human development and productivity, has become for many companies the official communicator during their events focused on:

– Opening and closing ceremonies
– Boards of recognition.
– Corporate events.
– Product launches.
– Induction meetings and stimulation for the sales force or distributors.

Karla feeds off the concept that the client wants to convey, turning this information into concepts that are easy for the participant to assimilate, leaving a mark on the audience of their brand, product, strategy or corporate philosophy.