Part Two of Women’s Voices in Tourism will take place Saturday, April 17th, at 7 AM Pacific Time, for two hours. This is an important International Forum that represents the collective voices of woman involved in every sector of the travel industry. This three-part series spans a diverse set of topics, conversations that are all relevant to women involved in tourism, especially in light of global pandemic recovery.
In the first seminar, we heard from women with expertise on strategic economic planning, environmental sustainability and community activism, associations that support women, planning tours for women and traveling as a single female, and the responsible role the travel media must play in this. It will also addressed some difficult topics such as crisis management and the toll taken by human trafficking. In this second international forum, we continue to feature senior leaders from across the global industry who are coming together to share, learn, challenge and progress their understanding of inclusion and ultimately success in the travel business. THE SPEAKERS
Moderator is TV journalist Bea Broda, and speakers include tourism ministers, professors, tour operators and other industry leaders. In this session, we are bringing in two male voices to blend collaboratively with female travel professionals to help shape a tourism industry that can be a force for good to empower all women, thereby improving conditions globally.
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