World Record setting adventurer Mikah Meyer has been featured by NPR, The Today Show, and National Geographic Traveler for his three-year road trip to all 400+ National Park Service sites. Mikah is the founder of the Outside Safe Space program that makes outdoor and rural spaces more welcoming to LGBTQ+ people. That mission was recognized by the Late Show with Seth Meyers when Mikah did a Run Across Mississippi for LGBTQ+ adventure representation. He has performed over 200 live shows about LGBTQ+ inclusion for audiences from Amazon’s headquarters to the Road Runners Club of America national convention. He regularly consults with brands and organizations on creating Pride products and programs that outreach to the LGBTQ+ community, along with tourism bureaus and travel companies looking to market to the demographic. With a carpe diem ethos inspired by the loss of his road-trip-loving father to cancer, Mikah not only uses travel for “adventure advocacy” projects but to inspire audiences to live beyond convention.