Why Travel Beyond
I love to travel and wanted to help others achieve once in a lifetime trips to once in a lifetime places! I knew I wanted to find a place to work that I could feel happy every single day. It honestly doesn’t feel like work at this point when you love what you do and I feel very fortunate to work with such an amazing company and team.
South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania, Singapore, Maldives, Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador (and Galapagos Islands), Israel, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Italy, Ireland, France, Scotland & various places around the United States including Alaska
Education & Career History
I graduated in 2014 from the University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire with a degree in Communications and minor in Event Planning. For a few years after graduation, I worked in the property management field from single family homes to downtown rentals.
Most Memorable Travel Experience
As of now, my most memorable travel experience would have to be my honeymoon in Singapore and the Maldives. During our layover in Singapore, my now husband and I did a side car excursion through all parts of the city – the new, the old and everything in between. It was a great way to see the city from a different view point and in the short amount of time we had. Even though we were there less than 24 hours – it was one of the highlights of our trip.
In the Maldives, we wanted to be out on the clear blue water, so we planned a private jet ski safari! We were able to go out on the water with our private guide and see dolphins swimming and dancing on all sides of us. For lunch, we snorkeled around a private island and I have never felt more at ease in that moment. Being one with nature like that is a moment I will never forget.
My Most Recent Trip
My most recent international trip was to Tanzania in February 2020 with a Travel Beyond co-worker. We embarked on a two-week trip all around Tanzania including the Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Tarangire National Park & Singita Grumeti Reserve. From a cultural Maasai village visit to a hot air balloon ride over the migration in the Serengeti– the experiences were endless.