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Travel writer and photographer

Kari Bodnarchuk is an award-winning travel writer and photographer, who is based in Washington State and has explored more than 50 countries over the past 20 years. With a reporter's notebook and Nikon in hand, she’s hitchhiked through bandit country in Laos, trekked across the Himalayas, paddled around icebergs and whales off the coast of Newfoundland, and traveled through Rwanda after the civil war to deliver medicines to refugees. She has written stories about these and other adventures for publications like Outside Magazine, Islands, The Boston Globe, Miami Herald, and Houston Chronicle.


Author

Kari wrote Rwanda: Country Torn Apart and Kurdistan: Region Under Siege for a World in Conflict book series geared to children 14 and older. She has also contributed stories and essays to many travel anthologies, including The Best Women's Travel Writing, LIFE: The Greatest Adventures of All Time, and The Unsavvy Traveler: Women's Comic Tales of Catastrophe.


Teacher and lecturer

Since her 18-month, globetrotting adventure more than a decade ago, Kari has taught classes on women's, solo, and adventure travel, and on how to plan your own extended trip. She also offers travel seminars for companies and gives talks to travel organizations.


Editor

When she's not exploring the world or writing about her adventures, Kari edits content for web design, consulting, and high-tech companies. She also edits dissertations and research papers for Harvard University graduate students.






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