Monday, April 10, at 11am
Are you new to solo traveling? Have you always wanted to try it but have no clue where to start or how to do it safely? Come listen to three amazing professional female solo travelers talk about how they do it and how much fun it is!
They’ll talk about how to choose your destination, which regions are great for solo female travelers, best resources for flights, housing and activities, how to find adventures off the beaten path while staying (reasonably) safe, fun activities on your own, how to make friends or find a community abroad, and more. Come with all of your solo travel questions!
Beth Santos is founder and CEO of Wanderful, a global membership community for women who travel the world. Beth created Wanderful while cruising her blue motorcycle through the streets of São Tomé and Príncipe, a small country in Africa’s Gulf of Guinea. In encouraging women to travel, to get involved in the world around them and to live globally, Beth has created an international community of over 15,000 empowered women who strive to conquer the world on foot, while supporting and learning from one another at the same time.
Brianne Miers is a Boston-based entrepreneur, travel blogger and freelance writer. She is the principal of Kind Communications, which provides communications consulting services to cause-driven organizations and enterprises, and her blog, A Traveling Life, focuses on how to balance a professional career with a life of travel. She is a contributor to Immersion Travel Magazine and Ethical Traveler. Her specialties include solo, adventure and responsible travel.
Danielle Giannone, owner of Brave Explorer. Danielle is a certified professional coach who works with both teams and individuals. As a leadership coach she helps develop high performing teams. As a personal coach she works with individuals to achieve their life goals. Danielle feels most alive when she is out exploring the world. She has worked in the travel industry for nearly 12 years and has been to over 50 countries. Danielle believes that real, authentic travel has the power to change the world as it is one of the best ways to develop more love and compassion.
11-12pm Panel Discussion and Q&A
12-1pm Informal discussion over lunch