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Explore provocative travel trends and innovations through interviews with some of the most fascinating people in tourism and gain insights into issues facing the industry from fresh perspectives.

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    • Education
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Explore provocative travel trends and innovations through interviews with some of the most fascinating people in tourism and gain insights into issues facing the industry from fresh perspectives.

    Joanna Jagger - Women in Tourism

    Joanna Jagger - Women in Tourism

    To celebrate International Women’s day this month, we are joined with Joanna Jagger to speak about women in the tourism and hospitality industry. Joanna Jagger is the President and founder of WORTH Association, a society for women of recreation, tourism and hospitality. Joanna is a Convenor and Instructor in the School of Tourism Management at Capilano University. She is passionate about educating future leaders and moving the dial for gender equity. In this episode, we talk about occupational gender segregation, gender bias for working mothers, and the gender wage gap.

    To find more information about WORTH association follow them at @worth.assocation on Instagram and sign up for their newsletter at www.worthassociation.com.

    • 36 min
    Alessia Boarato - Ethical Voluntourism in South Africa

    Alessia Boarato - Ethical Voluntourism in South Africa

    Alessia Boarato is the former Lead Volunteer Project Coordinator at Glen Afric Country Lodge, South Africa. As a conservation specialist and animal handler, Alessia speaks about the beautiful endangered animals, impacts from COVID-19, and the terrifying reality of poaching.

    If you are interested in finding more information about volunteering in South Africa, visit www.volunteersa.com.

    • 40 min
    Rick Antonson - Impact of Tourism

    Rick Antonson - Impact of Tourism

    Rick Antonson is the former President and CEO of Tourism Vancouver, published author, world traveller, and Olympic ambassador. In this episode, we speak to Rick about his experiences at Tourism Vancouver and the types of challenges the tourism industry faces.

    • 45 min
    Megan Epler Wood - Sustainable Tourism & Ecotourism

    Megan Epler Wood - Sustainable Tourism & Ecotourism

    Megan Epler Wood is the founder of EplerWood International that designs tourism development projects for sustainable tourism in over 35 countries worldwide. She currently teaches at Harvard and Cornell universities.

    Tune into this episode as Megan speaks with hosts Alanna Marrington and Yasemin Dogar about sustainable and ecotourism, the tourism impacts from COVID-19, and the TIAC Tourism Congress Convention that Megan will speak at on November 17-18, 2020.

    • 21 min
    Claire Bennett - Responsible Tourism

    Claire Bennett - Responsible Tourism

    Claire Bennett, International Experiential Tour Guide and Author of Learning Service: The Essential Guide to Volunteering Abroad speaks her knowledge about learning service, orphanage tourism and the social and environmental impacts of responsible tourism.

    • 34 min
    Ingrid Suter - Asian Captive Elephant Standards

    Ingrid Suter - Asian Captive Elephant Standards

    Dr. Ingrid Suter, Policy Advisor and Communications at Asian Captive Elephant Standards (ACES) speaks about the welfare of domesticated elephant, guiding principles around tourism and conservation, and how discussions about elephant-based attractions have shifted over time.

    • 28 min

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