Last updated on August 11th, 2023
Nora Livingstone specializes in corporate social responsibility and cross-cultural management, bringing in extensive international experience with local communities that run animal conservation programs. Coining the term: Consent Based Travel she understands the importance of ethics in all interactions.
Nora’s work has taken her to over 45 countries, including Oman, Sierra Leone, Guatemala, and Mongolia. Nora is a qualified Crisis Counselor and holds FEMA certifications in leadership and deployment during natural disasters. Nora runs her own award-winning B-Corp, Animal Experience International and believes locally lead community conservation and animal welfare programs will not only help animals, but they will also help humanity. She is also a Director on the board for the Cowichan Women Against Violence Society, and a member of JourneyWoman’s Advisory Council, providing expert advice on animal tourism and ethics.