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Dwayne Fields is an adventurer and explorer and was the first black Briton to walk over 400 miles to reach the Magnetic North Pole. For his latest series, Dwayne and Ben Fogle have undertaken an extraordinary journey stepping back in time to wear the clothes, eat the food and using the same kit as their Edwardian heroes, Scott, Shackleton, and Amundsen in the Channel 5 series Endurance: Race to the Pole.
About Dwayne Fields
Dwayne Fields one of the explorers guiding two-time Academy Award® nominee Will Smith on Welcome to Earth, a Disney+ original series from National Geographic, an extraordinary, once-in-a-lifetime adventure around the world to explore Earth’s greatest wonders and reveal its most hidden secrets.
His own series for Disney+ and National Geographic called Seven Toughest Days in which he pushes himself to the absolute edge by getting dropped into some of the most extreme places on earth during the harshest time of the year, is streaming now in the US and the UK .
Born in Jamaica, Dwayne grew up in the UK from the age of 6. He has been the victim of both knife and gun crime and as a result of his experiences of the effects of gangs and crime, he decided to change his life.
He became an adventurer/explorer, completed a combined honours degree in Psychology, International Development and Business Management and spent three years as an electrical mechanical engineer for London Underground before following his passion and raising funds to reach the magnetic North Pole.
In 2010, Dwayne walked to the Magnetic North Pole, becoming the first black Briton to achieve this feat. On his return he was invited to Buckingham Palace to a reception to mark the centenary of Scott’s expedition to the South Pole in the presence of the HRH Queen Elizabeth II.
In 2013 Dwayne was awarded the Freedom of the City of London and is a dedicated Ambassador for the Scout Association, the National Trust, the Woodland Trust and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
At the end of 2019 Dwayne and his expedition partner Phoebe Smith, on a mission to engage young people to realise there are epic adventures on their own doorstep, highlight environmental issues close to home and turn the spotlight on wildlife conservation efforts undertook an expedition from the northernmost to the southernmost points of mainland Britain, in their Seabirds to South adventure. Their inaugural trip taking a group of under-privileged young people to Antarctica was completed in 2022 on a specially chartered expedition ship through their #WeTwo Foundation and they are planning their next project for 2024.
Dwayne is a force to be reckoned with and is currently planning his next adventure and working on several broadcast projects.
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Dwayne’s Speech Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Overcoming Adversity
- Travel and Adventure
- Environment and Sustainability
- Diversity and Inclusion
"Dwayne is an incredible man who is a huge inspiration to thousands of young people across the UK. As one of our leading Scout Ambassadors he works tirelessly to support Scouts gain experiences and skills that will set them apart in their lives. His WeTwo expedition is going to be a landmark moment in British pioneering – supporting and helping young people achieve their goals. And for Dwayne & Phoebe their 1500km unsupported Antarctic journey is going to be an incredible feat. I am so proud to support their endeavour and encourage you to take a positive step and help them to do something powerful, lasting and unique. I admire Dwayne so much and know that together, with our help, the pair will pull this off!"
"I’m delighted to endorse Dwayne Fields, I’ve said before how inspired I am by people like Dwayne. It takes a lot of courage, tenacity and will to start a challenge of this nature, as I know myself. I love the fact that he has broken the mould, and that he actively seeks to inspire young people particularly in our inner cities, to explore the countryside and to embark on and embrace challenges of their own. Am pleased to be a supported of Dwayne and hope that, together, you and I will do all we can to help Dwayne in his goal of reaching the South Pole in 2020."
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