Beth Santos




Beth is an engaging, thoughtful speaker who has an uncanny ability to activate a room full of strangers into honest, productive dialogue.
She is available to speak on a variety of topics, including but not limited to:

  • Women in travel, including the rise of solo travel, empowering girls to travel, and tips for women going abroad

  • Entrepreneurship and social enterprise

  • Influencer marketing, travel blogging, and building authenticity in the age of digital media

  • Management and building a kickass virtual team in the era of digital nomads

  • Motherhood in the startup age

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace in Savannah

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace in Savannah


Beth has spoken to large, global audiences about the power of travel and acquiring a global mindset, as well as intimate groups about her personal growth and lessons as an entrepreneur.

Length: 15-60 minutes

Past clients: Girl Scouts of USA, Boston Globe Travel Show, Protohack Chicago, Hostelling International Boston

Protohack Chicago

Protohack Chicago


From tips for entrepreneurial moms to women traveling solo 101 and preparing young women for studying abroad, Beth focuses on high interaction and discussion for a premium workshop experience.

Length: 1-3 hours

Past clients: Simmons College, Multicultural Symposium Series, Chicago Booth School of Business

WBEZ 91.5 FM Chicago

WBEZ 91.5 FM Chicago


Beth’s webinars are packed with resources and takeaways and delight virtual audiences of all backgrounds, from professional networks to universities.

Length: 30-60 minutes

Past clients: Ellevate Network, Rutgers University, Global Life 2015 Summit

Beth brought a vibrant energy to the room as a keynote speaker for an event at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace in Savannah, Georgia. She was an incredibly polished presenter and her talk on lessons learned from her travel experiences resonated deeply with our audience of “wander women” from around the nation. During the Q+A, our audience appreciated how Beth responded candidly to questions as a fellow traveler, a mother, and a champion of global citizenship.
— Lisa Junkin Lopez, Executive Director, Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace

Past Speaking Engagements

  • “Vacation Time: How The Way You Travel Can Change the Way You Work” (webinar) - Wellesley College (April 2019)

  • “Influence, Adventure, and the Power of A Tribe” (keynote) - Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership at Babson College (March 2019)

  • “The Impact Of Diversity On Travel, Tourism & The Arts” (panel) - Multicultural Symposium Series (Nov 2018)

  • “The Impact of Micro Communities” - Boston Women in Digital (Nov 2018)

  • “Being Wanderful” (keynote) - Girl Scouts of USA (Oct 2018)

  • “How She Got There: An Evening with Female Entrepreneurs” - General Assembly (Oct 2018)

  • “The Path to an Entrepreneur’s Success: Secrets from Established Founders” (panel) - Impact Travel Immersion (July 2018)

  • “Startup Mama: How motherhood can enhance (rather than hurt) your entrepreneurial career” (workshop) - Boston GLOW Career and Empowerment Conference (April 2018)

  • Lunch with a Changemaker - HubWeek Boston (Oct 2017)

  • “Solo Travel for Women 101” (keynote) - Boston Globe Travel Show (Feb 2017)

  • She Geeks Out February Monthly Event (panel) - She Geeks Out (Feb 2017)

  • “Business Women on the Move: Tips to Travel Smart on your Next Work Trip” (webinar) - Ellevate Network (Oct 2016)

  • Explore the World Scholarship Gala (keynote) - Hostelling International Boston (Sept 2016)

  • “11 Lies About Starting a Business” (keynote) - Protohack Chicago (June 2016)

  • “Women in Action” (panel) - Powerpump Salon- Chicago Booth School of Business (Nov 2015)

  • Global Life 2015 Summit (webinar) - Small Planet Studio - (July 2015)

  • Rutgers University (webinar, Oct 2014)

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