For this episode, I’m joined by Dr. Jim Coffin a retired professor of Anthropology from Ball State University. He’s been traveling since his 30’s and has made it to over 92 countries, most of which joined by his wife, children, or students. In this episode, he’s going to talk about his adventures, Anthropology, and about the importance of study abroad. While at Ball State University he became the director for International programs, which essentially means he was in charge of study abroad for incoming students and outgoing students.
Today we're joined by Nathalie, a Black travel influencer who runs TravelingNat and Fabulous Nat on Instagram and Youtube. Listen to her travel stories, experiences as a solo traveler vs traveling with her family, her advice, and how she inspired a new wave of native English teachers by putting her experiences and life in Korea on Youtube, as well as her thoughts on the importance of travel within the Black community and Black travel influencers.
You can find Nathalie on Instagram and Youtube.
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The transcript for this episode is available on the blog.
This episode is the season 1 finale. New episodes will return in the spring.
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