Tomiko Harvey on The Black Travel Alliance and Giving Voice to Black Travel Writerswith Tomiko Harvey
In this episode of Priority Status, Heidi Doak sits down with Tomiko Harvey, Vice President of the Black Travel Alliance, Conference Director for TBEX North America, and Founder/Editor of “Passports & Grub”, a luxury lifestyle publication for Black women.
Following last summer’s racial justice movement, The Black Travel Alliance was formed to empower and give voice to Black travel writers, broadcasters and content creators from around the world. And, earlier this year, the Black Travel Alliance hosted its first networking event, Wavelength, which connected Black travel professionals with travel brands to bridge the gap that previously prevented them from receiving the same opportunities as their colleagues. J/PR was honored to participate in Wavelength and from that, has been working with content creators such as Tomiko to ensure diversity and inclusion in the travel industry. We hope this conversation will encourage our listeners to join the movement. Share your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org, learn more at jpublicrelations.com and follow us on Instagram @jpublicrelations.
Meet Our Guest
Tomiko’s journey inspires audiences to dream big. Through personable and articulate storytelling, she shares her visionary ideas for harnessing the power of observation and creative problem solving, applicable to any organization or community. It’s all about taking responsibility while looking for opportunities to improve.
Tomiko has established herself as one of the most recognized Black Travel writers and top champions of diversity in the travel industry. She gives voice to the underpaid and overlooked Black content creators through her platform and her work with the Black Travel Alliance.
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