Six Degrees Society NYC Presents: Eat, Pray, and Love Your Way Through a Life of Independent Travel: Why more women need to travel solo, how to do it, and how to get the most out of it
Join us for a fireside chat with travel industry expert and blogger Shabrina Koewsologito and self-taught travel hacker and jetsetter Morganna Nickoff. During this dynamic discussion, moderated by Six Degrees Society's Ashley Salamanca, the duo will share informative and actionable tips on why more women need to feel okay traveling alone and do it more often! Attendees will learn how to do it and how to get the most out of their trips.
– What is a global tribe? And why and how are more #PowerWomeninTravel building them
– Actionable steps to start your your first solo trip or adventure
– Cultivating courage: how the confidence of solo travel can translate across your life
– Top tips for staying safe as a solo female traveler
Before we sit down for our programming, each guest will get 2 curated 15 minute connections handpicked just for them based on bios submitted pre-event here: https://goo.gl/forms/D8Tvyr3ygwPSwaGF2 . Or you can make sure to update your profile in your app with your most recent bio or email email@example.com with a copy.
Tuesday July 17th
1204 Broadway (btwn 29th and 30th)
New York, NY 10001
$35 for single ticket
FREE for Six Degrees Society members
About Morganna Nickoff:
A self-taught travel hacker and lifelong jetsetter, Morganna is passionate about solo female travel and practicing healthy risk taking. She believes more women need to be comfortable with traveling alone and is excited to share tips on how to start and how incorporating independent travel in your life will cultivate courage and curiosity in all areas. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Morganna began her marketing career at Boeing before spending several years moving to and traveling through Beijing, Paris, London, and New York City. Today she is Head of Commerical Marketing for Guinness World Records and moonlights as a standup comic, kickboxer, and cartoonist.
About Shabrina Koeswologito:
Always looking for something new to explore, Shabrina Koeswologito started her first overseas trip in 2001, when she was 11 years old. It was a one-month exchange program in Sweden, reputed to be tough. After being exposed to 11 different cultures and living independently for the first time, she got hooked. Fast forward, her travel site, Slow Travel Story, and stories are published in World Nomads, Jakarta Globe, Thought Catalog, and Thrive Global. Currently, she’s featuring women in tourism and hospitality leadership roles. National Geographic Editor at Large, the Director of Group Sales Marriott International, and Digital Head of the American Museum of Natural History are among trailblazing women she has interviewed. She also self-published a Bali guidebook on Amazon which was ranked #1 in Asian budget guidebook category. Her work has been quoted or featured in Forbes, Thrive Global, and Detik.com, among other publications. Shabrina holds an MSc in Tourism Management from New York University.
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