The world is finally open again for travel, which means it’s time for a new adventure! Don’t wait to tick places off your ‘bucket list’ just because you don’t have a travel buddy who can get to the same place at the same time. You can take a trip on your own with confidence. Kiki Keating, owner of KikiNetwork Travel, will give you all the tips to travel solo in a meaningful, safe way. She’s a lifelong road warrior who frequently travels alone to both remote areas and cosmopolitan cities across the globe. She also leads private, small tours for solo travelers and groups of friends. You won’t want to miss this!
Our Guest Speaker: Kiki Keating
Kiki Keating brings a wealth of experience in communications strategy and practice to her boutique global PR and travel firm. She worked as the Director of Public and Media Relations at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College for 15 years to build awareness and advance the reputation of the Dartmouth brands throughout the world, and began leading international trips for the dean and professors in 2000.
Kiki launched her own firm in 2013 and focuses on a small number of elite clients to bring them international recognition and advance their reputation. Working with closely with global clients today, the firm promotes research and expertise, builds brand recognition, and runs unique programs and events around the globe.
Those trips at Dartmouth led to a passion for taking small groups on life changing adventures. KikiNetwork Travel builds each adventure with the best experts and guides in the world to curate and run trips at the highest level. Each trip includes history, art, music, amazing food and authentic interactions with the people in each region.
Kiki is a recognized leader in the business communications world and a frequent speaker at global business school conferences. Kiki earned a BA from Smith College and a JD from the University of Maine. She resides in New Hampshire and commutes regularly to locations around the world for event and media relations assignments.