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March 3, 2021 47 min
Listen to my most heartfelt interview of all-time. Growing up, travel icon Samantha Brown inspired me to dream of working in the travel industry. Seeing the beauty of the world through her show was a true gift. And now, I have the great honor to interview her. Listen to her journey from living in New York to nearly missing (and boldly going) to her audition for the "best job in the world," to hosting a new show for the Travel Channel. It’s an inspiring story and testament to Samantha’s commitment and determination to achieve her dreams. From the Travel Channel to PBS, Samantha continues to pave the way for more women who aspire to work in the travel space. Now, she shares her love of family, community, and her show, Samantha Brown’s Places to Love. Find out what the number one question she gets asked is. In this conversation, I learned and gained even more admiration for Samantha. And I promise you will, too!
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