I graduated from Lindenwood University with a degree in Marketing in May of 2018. My favorite place to travel as of recently has been Banff National Park in Canada, but my favorite travel memory so far was going to Israel and swimming (more like FLOATING) in the Dead Sea and riding camelback in the Judaean Desert. Another favorite travel memory of mine was getting engaged to my fiance while visiting the island of Grenada in the Caribbean! Grenada will forever hold a special place in my heart.
I guess you could say that the “travel bug” has been passed down to me by three generations. That deep rooted love for travel was the reason I eventually chose to join the travel industry. Both of my grandparents were world travelers, my grandmother worked for the Peace Corps by living in Africa for four years & also worked as a flight attendant. My mother has also worked within the travel industry for over 32 years now. So, travel has always been in my life, ever since I was a baby. My grandparents always told me, “if more people traveled the world, the more peaceful the world would be" and that there is SO much to see and learn about this beautiful planet of ours. So I’d love to be even just a small part of bringing that peace to the world…or to even be a small part of expanding people's minds and opening people's hearts to other cultures and ideologies.
I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to work among the best here at Brentwood Travel and I am so very excited to see where the travel industry will take me! Because, “Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” – Miriam Beard
Outside of work I love traveling the world, going salsa dancing, making drinks with friends as well as going on walks/runs with the boyfriend and our Golden Retriever Frankie!
Christine is an Ensemble Expert, National Geographic Journeys Specialist, and a Jamaica Specialist.
Read About Christine's trip to Denver & Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Read About Christine's Trip to Sandals Grenada