Sonya graci accommodating green
Her career began as a sales representative for a Canadian tour operator, and when she left the business in 2004, she was Vice President of Product Development for Signature Vacations Canada (currently owned by TUI Plc).For twenty six years, Jacqueline traveled through the Americas and the Caribbean, inspecting and contracting thousands of hotels to package with charter flights. The purpose of this blog is to share my experiences seeking out best practices of sustainable tourism worldwide. In order to offset our carbon from flying, I look for and support local initiatives in the destinations I visit such as Trees for Travellers.My family and I (husband Dan who is working on his Ph. in customer service and electronic word of mouth) and 18 month old son Luka are embarking on a 3 and a half month journey that starts us off in L. Trees for Travellers is based in Kaikoura, New Zealand and are a reputable foundation that plants trees to offset carbon from flying.She is currently on the Sustainable Hospitality Council, which is made up of experts in hotel greening within North America.Sonya is an Assistant Professor with the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ryerson University in Toronto, and teaches students about the importance of managing the tourism industry with sustainability as the key focus.
She is also a sessional lecturer on Tourism at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University in Toronto and has published research on corporate social responsibility and Canadian tour operators with Dr.
She has recently published her second book, Jacqueline's sustainable tourism journey developed in an organic, albeit slow way.