Sarah Seeger


Team Role: EOCA Board Member, PR & Communications Manager, Marmot
 
Sarah Seeger
Sarah Seeger
A perfect day at the office!
A perfect day at the office!
How did you become involved with EOCA: Personally, I first came in contact with EOCA during the ispo trade show and was immediately inspired by their enthusiasm and motivation to jointly move things forward as an industry which really cares for the outdoors. For Marmot, it is an important part of its company philosophy to contribute to conservation and foster a global ecological awareness. Being part of such a unique organisation reflects Marmot's commitment to take responsibility towards the outdoors seriously.



Number of years in the outdoor industry: Professionally since 2010 (as PR & Communications Manager with Marmot), but as a passionate climber and outdoor person ever since I can think of!



What else do you promote to support conservation: Every time I am in the outdoors I try to minimise my impact as much as possible.



Favourite wild place: Every place which has a stunning mountain scenery and some nice rock to climb on. If I had to pick simply one: probably my home area, the Allgäu Alps.

 
Favourite outdoor activity: For many years my personal number one: climbing! Apart from that, I love ski touring, freeriding and running.



Perfect day: Waking up in the mountains, having breakfast in the sun with good friends, climbing on perfect rock and great routes and enjoying a relaxed evening with some good food.


 
If you are an individual who loves the great outdoors and would like to support our projects, please click the donate button below. During 2017, all money donated will fund tree planting in Nepal as part of our 2 Million Tree Project.
“The excitement we felt at hearing we had been awarded EOCA funding for the Fix the Fells project has now been matched by our excitement at seeing the completion of the vital path repair works to two of our most stunning Lakeland fells; Scafell Pike and Striding Edge on Helvellyn. Thanks to the money generously given by EOCA these two popular routes are now fighting fit for the future.”

Ruth Kirk, Nurture Lakeland