On June 7, we published our Commitment to Anti-Racism. Here’s an update on what we’ve been doing to bring this to life, starting with examining our own thoughts and behaviours.
The Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto has accepted the iconic red boots of Evelyn Hannon, the Original JourneyWoman, into its permanent collection. A symbol of women’s empowerment, the boots remind us that when we find the courage to take that first step forward, amazing things can happen.
Our research shows that women – particularly Gen Xers and Baby Boomers – are powerful influencers in travel. Post-pandemic, how can women help the travel industry rebuild trust?
Over 30 years ago, Evelyn Hannon took the first step as a female solo traveller. Let’s take the first step together into a new future.
Authentic travel is the experience that is created when you connect and engage in the world with curiosity as your compass.
As JourneyWomen, we have an important role to play in making our world better through travel. We can impact generations to come – together, as a unified force.
Extending the Legacy of Journeywoman: New Journeywoman CEO Carolyn Ray (left) and Erica Ehm (right), daughter of Journeywoman founder Evelyn Hannon, with Evelyn’s iconic red travelling boots and the original newsletter.
It gives me great joy to continue Evelyn’s legacy, in partnership with her family. In her final days, I had the opportunity to talk to her about my plans for JourneyWoman, and I’d like to think that gave her comfort and solace.
Dear JourneyWomen: The past few months have been difficult for our family. In April, our mother, Evelyn Hannon, founder of JourneyWoman, passed away after a three-year warrior-strong battle with cancer. She was a fighter – and as her daughters, we can honestly tell...
Over the years JourneyWoman has been singled out by over 300 media sources around the world. Coverage has been in magazines, newspapers and cyberspace.