Toronto-based travel journalist Helen Hatzis offers thoughts about Travel’s future
If you want to hear about what the future face of travel might look like post-coronavirus ask someone who travels for a living. That’s what we did when we sat down with fellow travel journalist Helen Hatzis of Trip Jaunt.
In addition to being a travel journalist Helen is known for many other things. She she was recognized as one of Canada’s Nicest Person‘s by Roots Canada celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017. Helen also received a Governor General Award for her extensive community work over the last two decades.
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Helen Hatzis is recognised as a ‘rock n’ roll’ strategist by her peers who leads a purpose-driven life. A Governor General Award recipient for her extensive community work in the charitable and not-for-profit sector over the past 20 years, Helen was also recognized as one of Canada’s Nicest Person’s by Roots Canada celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017. She also received the Vaughan Citizen Award for her work helping young athletes with special needs in the Toronto area. In 2011, Helen created Aloha Toronto, an annual free day camp which enriches the lives of people with autism by exposing them to surfing and stand-up paddling.