Travel Agent in Little Rock, AR
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” — Saint Augustine
Joining Small World Big Fun in 2016 was the perfect culmination of personal and professional experiences for Katherine. She is detail-oriented and a planner by nature and has an adventurer’s heart. Katherine traveled internationally for the first time when she was 18 and was never the same after.
During college, she spent a year studying in Oxford, England, and another year working abroad after college, giving her the opportunity to explore many European countries. She worked in the nonprofit field for more than 20 years and had the opportunity to travel to a number of countries not necessarily on the beaten path. Each was a treasured experience for its own unique reasons.
The world is a big place and Katherine wants to see it all! So far, she’s visited 33 countries and is always ready for the next big adventure.
Katherine shares her passion for travel with her husband and they have tried to instill a respect for other people and cultures in their three children, balanced with a thirst for exploration. Planning and talking about their next family trip is always a hot topic at dinner time. Katherine’s goal for her family is to always have the next adventure to look forward to.
If you are traveling solo, as a couple, as a small or large multi-generational family, or as a group, there is a destination and experience that is right for you. Katherine is happy to turn your vision into reality. We may not be able to read the entire book to which St. Augustine refers, but won’t life be richer the more chapters we read?
Start planning your next vacation with Katherine today!
Katherine’s Top 3 Destinations:
- London. “I lived there for a year after college and will seize any opportunity to go back!”
- “Please send me anywhere with a beach. Caribbean? Hawaii? The Mediterranean … if it has sand and water, count me in!”
- Any African country. “People mistakenly think of Africa as a monolith, but the cultures, traditions, geography, food and languages of its 50-plus countries are so diverse. I’ve traveled to Africa six times. I’d happily return to any of those countries again and would love to explore more.”