About

I’m a wanderer at heart! I seek constant change and adventure. Since the moment my mother read me the book, “The Runaway Bunny,” I learned what it meant to escape for great adventures. I grew up in a suburb of Philadelphia, where I always felt trapped. Then my parents sent me to the UK and Ireland for a summer program called People to People and I became addicted to travel. I left Philadelphia as soon as I turned 18 and set off to explore the world. I studied Writing, Literature, and Publishing at Emerson College in Boston and studied abroad in the Netherlands. I’ve backpacked Europe alone, researched in the cloud forests of Ecuador during my Masters degree in Anthropology, worked on a cattle station in the Australian outback, and lived on a Buddhist monastery in Thailand. I think life is best when lived outside your comfort zone. I want to marry my passion for travel with my passion for making a difference in the world, for a greater future for all!