Heather Greenwood DavisGo to All Board Members
Multiple award-winning journalist and feature writer
Heather Greenwood Davis is a former lawyer turned multiple award-winning journalist and feature writer. Her columns and feature articles have appeared for more than 20 years in newspapers, magazines and online publications around the world including O Magazine, National Geographic Traveler (where she is the Family Time columnist), USA Today, The Travel Channel, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, Today’s Parent, Canadian Living and more.
In addition to her consumer media work, Heather has been a consultant for the Canadian Tourism Commission and provided expert advice to companies including Aeroplan, Holiday Inn, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Tilley Endurables and Rogers Communications. She has keynoted at conferences on social media and participated as a speaker and panelist at conferences including New Media Expo, Travel Bloggers EXchange, Travel Media Association of Canada, Society of American Travel Writers and National Association of Black Journalists.
In 2011, Heather and her husband pulled their two sons under the age of 10 out of school and traveled the world non-stop for a year. The family visited 29 countries on six continents from June 2011 – June 2012, sharing the inspiring journey via social media and traditional media channels along the way. The trip earned the family National Geographic Traveler Magazine’s inaugural “Traveler of the Year” moniker. Her blog, GlobetrottingMama.com, continues to detail the family’s travel and provide tips, information and inspiration to readers. It has received accolades from Babble, Working Mother and others.
Television and Radio appearances, with and without her family, include NPR, CBC Radio, CTV News, CanadaAM, The Marilyn Denis show, CityLine, and others. When not traveling you can find her plotting out her next adventure, while dodging her kids’ Minecraft requests and figuring out how to get her husband more holiday time.
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Nepal… A name filled with images of mythic gods reigning over the highest mountains of the world. From the colorful and intricate Hindu religion to the austerity of the Buddhist monasteries; from the hectic yet friendly city of Kathmandu to the peace and solitude found in the remote areas…Nepal has something to offer to everyone. […]Learn More