What do Women think about Exotic Travels?


Women in Travel Talk: Wanderlust SeriesI enjoyed the Wanderlust Series by Hayo Magazine at One Roof Women in Culver City. The speakers shared their hopes, dreams, travels and experiences. I filmed most of the answers from the panel  but not all of the questions. I hope Joanna Riquett, founder and Editor In Chief of Hayo Magazine, will return again soon for another event.

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Wanderlust Series by Hayo Magazine:

Video: What do Women think about Exotic Travels?

Traveling is the most rewarding action we can take in order to develop our own personalities. Traveling solo is an experience that you should have at least once in your lifetime, however, it can be as exciting as it can be terrifying.

Women are exposed to different levels of precautions and many times the fear of traveling alone prevents them from going on solo adventures. This Wanderlust event is focused on courageous women that have dared to get out of their comfort zone to go on solo trips, debunk social stereotypes, open their minds to new adventures and build careers and businesses out of it.

The Wanderlust Series is created by Hayo Magazine to open a space to talk about how travel and other cultures positively impact our lives and businesses, to inspire people to open their minds to new adventures into the unknown and to forge a community of fearless explorers.

In partnership with One Roof Women, a community for nurturing and inspiring women that are making in happen, Wanderlust is coming to Los Angeles with a stellar group of speakers. Kellee Edwards, Aida Mollenkamp, Shauna Nep and Heather Lilleston come from very different backgrounds and interests that will make this an interesting and rich conversation.

Men: please join us as well. You should be as much part of the conversation as any other woman!

The Speakers

Kellee Edwards is a pilot, travel writer, scuba diver, vlogger at Kellee Set Go, and overall adventure lover. She began her travels as a child, taking road trips with her parents. This definitely ignited her passion and curiosity for the next step, traveling internationally. Exploring  33 countries thus far, including parts of North and West Africa, Asia, South and Central America, Europe and the UAE, her love for travel has allowed Kellee to also take her enthusiasm for outdoor adventure globally.

Aida Mollenkamp is a food and travel expert, on-camera host, author and founder of the food and travel site Salt & Wind. She studied at the Cornell Hotel School and Le Cordon Bleu Paris before joining CHOW Magazine where she worked as Food Editor. From there she moved into television, hosting Ask Aida on the Food Network, Foodcrafters on the Cooking Channel, and In The Pantry on Yahoo! She published the book Key To The Kitchen and hosts the TasteMade series, Off Menu, where she travels in search of the best food a city has to offer.

Shauna Nep is currently the Senior Philanthropic Advisor at Fundamental, a boutique philanthropic investment firm which has helped clients invest more than $150 million to create systemic change in the issues they care about most. Shauna was previously the Director of the Goldhirsh Foundation, where she designed and launched LA2050, an initiative which has deployed more than $3 million of philanthropic investments into creative ideas impacting LA’s future. Shauna is currently based in Los Angeles but it’s originally from Canada.

Heather Lilleston is a yoga instructor that lived in NYC and recently returned to California. She co-founded Yoga for Bad People, a yoga-based company focused on leading retreats around the world and through that she has had the opportunity to experience and integrate other cultures into her practice.

Joanna Riquett is the founder and Editor In Chief of Hayo Magazine. Originally from Colombia, Joanna is currently based in Vancouver, Canada. She has been in the journalism and writing industry for 11 years. After working for newspapers, TV channels, production houses, corporations, and technology companies in different countries. She created The Wanderlust Series in Vancouver in partnership with The Juice Truck with the hope to inspire people to be less afraid of getting out of their comfort zone and she will be moderating the evening.

This event took place at One Roof Women 8850 Washington Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232

Women, Wanderlust and Travel

Lisa Ellen Niver

Award-winning travel expert Lisa Ellen Niver has explored 101 countries and talks travel on KTLA-TV and her website, We Said Go Travel, which is read in 212 countries. Her YouTube videos have nearly 900,000 views and she has more than 140,000 followers on social media (verified on Facebook and Twitter). She sailed on the high seas for seven years and she has been nominated for five Southern California Journalism Awards in the past two years and received 2nd place for her Jewish Journal article. Niver has written for publications including AARP, American Airways, Delta Sky, Luxury Magazine, Ms. Magazine, Robb Report, Sierra Club, Smithsonian, Saturday Evening Post, United Airlines (Hemispheres) and USA Today 10Best. http://lisaniver.com/one-page/

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