Welcome Shannon Lane of the Traveling Mamas @cajun_mama, #VisitLanai

12 Jan

Shannon Hurst Lane, @Cajun_Mama

As we launch the New Media Artist-in-Residence Program for the island of Lanai, we want to welcome our first guest, Shannon Lane, founder of the Traveling Mamas. She’ll be visiting us from January 17 – 22, 2011. Follow her journey and vote for the activities you want her to experience here.

Shannon Hurst Lane is creator of the popular travel blog TravelingMamas.com. Her books can be found online and in bookstores and she has contributed to numerous magazines, newspapers, and televisions shows, both domestic and international. Her passion is also shared online with too many clips to keep up with.

Shannon has presented and assisted with many conferences, including those in the travel and new media industries. She consults with small local businesses to international companies.

Shannon goes by the nickname Cajun Mama online, and is a native to South Louisiana with a teen and a tween. She is the author of Civil War Sites in the South and has contributed to Louisiana Life, MSNBC.com, Louisiana Tourism’s Official Travel Guide (2008 and current online) and a host of other print and online outlets. Shannon and her travel adventures have been featured on BBC Radio, The Caroline Rhea Show, The Around Town TV Show, and the Trip Chicks Radio Program (to name a few). She also works at her local fire department.

Please connect with Shannon online at these social networks:

@Cajun_Mama on Twitter

Traveling Mamas on Facebook

Traveling Mamas on YouTube

Shannon on LinkedIn


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