I’ve lived in New England my entire life and love exploring the region’s lakes, mountains, and seacoast. While I’m pretty sure I would be content spending all day, every day on the beach with a G&T and a great read, I’m always eager to take on a new challenge or experience.
I first joined U30X on the Nicaragua trip and will be hiking the Inca Trail next. The Nicaragua trip was the perfect mix of adventure and relaxation, with so many opportunities to learn about the culture. From visiting with Nicaraguan artisans to playing soccer with local children to taking surf lessons, each activity felt completely authentic. I’m so glad I pushed myself out of my comfort zone to explore the world with a community of truly wonderful people. I look forward to connecting with U30X alumni as well as welcoming new members to the community!
I am a medical device engineer and dog mom to a retired racing greyhound. I love hiking and camping with my dog and friends as well as exploring new places, whether it's a different area of Boston or a country I haven't been to before.
My first U30X trip was to Iceland in November. I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I signed up for the trip, but I knew it was the right choice before the end of the first day! Everyone in the group was so friendly and shared my passion for adventure and new experiences. The sense of community and connections made really set the trip apart from other trips I have taken.
I'm New England girl born and raised. I currently work full time as a research engineer in global logistics, which affords me the chance to travel the world for work. When I'm home in Boston you can find me rowing on the Charles, competing in pub trivia with friends, or ballroom dancing.
I spontaneously booked Iceland on a whim, and here I am a year later having not only gone on the Iceland Trip, but both Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Bali. Next up? Thailand or Machu Picchu. I decided to become a community leader because traveling with U30X reminded me of how much I loved traveling. There's a really big world out there, and this has been an amazing opportunity to see it (and not have to worry about all the planning!)