With her endless nuggets of family travel advice, Ranjana Armstrong is changing the way families see (and hear) the world.
- Nugget.Travel – Family vacations, day trip ideas & travel tips
- Go with Nugget Podcasts – Family travel podcasts for parents and kids
- KidsListen – a grassroots organization of advocates for high-quality audio content for children
- Kid Listen Audience Survey
Ranjana Armstrong – Founder of Nugget
Ranjana Armstrong is the founder of Nugget, a new guide to family travel that set out to simplify how millennial parents plan their vacations and family trips. She’s also the co-host and co-producer of two travel podcasts for families: Go With Nugget for Kids and Go With Nugget for Parents. Before launching Nugget, Ranjana was a publishing executive at Penguin Random House, the world’s largest trade publisher, where she spearheaded innovation and strategic business development. She’s also a mom of 3 boys, a passionate photographer and avid traveler who has visited over 30 countries in 5 continents.
ABOUT OUR HOST
Thanks to the generosity of his grandmother, Aaron Schlein traveled to four continents and a dozen countries before he was old enough to vote. Those early trips convinced him that travel is an essential part of life.
More than two decades later, Aaron remains inspired by his grandmother’s generosity. He is committed to honoring her legacy by sharing the gift of travel with his own kids—and by helping other parents do the same.
Aaron also helps new entrepreneurs use their personal stories to build a network, expand influence, and strengthen relationships.
Aaron lives in Sacramento, California with his wife and two children (who are growing up too fast!)
Learn more at AaronSchlein.com.
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