Aye! Welcome, welcome, welcome! I’m Adriana. I’m a city girl with a taste to explore the world while seeking to do good. Not too long ago, I left Miami behind for undergrad (Go Gators!) and departed the country for grad school (I ❤ Spain). I returned home looking forward to more adventures, stories, experiences, AND social impact. Hence, the birth of Travepreneur.
This isn’t your typical site. Of course, there’s advice, tips, and recommendations on where to travel and what to do. But there’s much more than that. Travepreneur is the space to discuss travel and what good could come from it. And, about how we can contribute to our community: the world.
Ready to travel solo or scared to? Check out my solo travel guide.
In need of some safety tips? Exude your inner Wonder Woman.
Need help financing your travel plans? Take the Travel Challenge!
And most importantly, want to volunteer abroad? Go here!
In the midst of my adventures across the U.S. and the globe, I’ll share my thoughts and stories on topics including travel, empowerment, volunteer service, and education.
Because there’s no “I” without “We,” what do you say? Will you tag along with me?
Will you also become a Social Do-gooder Traveling the World?
Learn what “Travepreneur” means below.
More about me? Sure!
I am currently the Assistant Director of International Programs at a college in South Carolina. Yes, I work full-time. 🙂 I have the pleasure of facilitating international experiences for international and domestic students. Simply, I’m a travel fairy godmother. But without the magical powers, wand, and ability to levitate. I make travel “happen” for my students. So, whether they want to study in the US or abroad, I grant their wish.
Have questions about visas, travel advisories or general travel inquiries, I’m here!
I also play football. Yes, women tackle football. Here’s my story.
And, care for my fur baby, Leo, who lost the use of his hind legs in April 2017. He’s a super trooper. Check him out on Instagram.
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