Travel journalist, author and speaker Sucheta Rawal talks about travel media, cultural intelligence, and sustainable travel through her lens of a South Asian immigrant who has lived in two and traveled to over 110 countries. She has engaged international audiences through her engaging and inspiring keynote addresses and three TEDx talks. Sucheta delivers keynotes at professional conferences, corporate events, educational institutes, as well as food, travel and book festivals. Sucheta has also appeared in a number of documentaries, television shows and news media.
"Sucheta was selected as one of our 20 speakers for TEDxUPV after a competitive vetting process. Despite her being all cross the globe in Atlanta, Georgia, she chose to take on the challenging role to be part of our lineup. She supported our efforts, attended all meetings despite timezone differences, and delivered an excellent presentation. Throughout our partnership, she maintained a deep intellectual curiosity, enriching the dialogue and enhancing the overall quality of our event. She significantly contributed to the success of TEDxUPV. And for that, she earns my highest recommendation."
"Sucheta is a highly engaging speaker with extensive travel experience to draw from. When hosting an event for the Wanderful community, she went above and beyond to interact with the audience and made sure she was catering her talk to be as beneficial as possible to them. If you are looking for a professional and talented speaker who can share stories from around the world that will keep you on the edge of your seat, Sucheta is the one you are seeking!"
"Your presentation made an impact on me and the young women in my KSU 1101 course who were in attendance. Thank you for giving freely of your time to share your personal stories and also the story of Go Eat Give!"
"It was such an amazing decision to have Sucheta at our digital marketing conference. She added amazing value to our audience and inspired entrepreneurs to go after their dreams and create relevant content for their websites."