Today’s guest is a photographer, filmmaker, blogger, and social entrepreneur.

And she’s also new to international travel, but she’s also just 17, which means she’s getting quite a headstart at building a life of travel, exploring her curiosity and creativity through The Global Sunrise Project, a documentary film project she’s building. Through this project, and her travels, Kasha Slavner explores the emotional value exposing yourself at a young age to difference, and why it’s so important to become what’s widely known as a global citizen.

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Author Nathaniel

I’m a lifelong international traveler, the host of The Travelers podcast, and founder of Holocene, a digital publishing brand, a community for the curious and creative, and an agency for influencers within travel. Together we create compelling stories, tools, resources, and experiences for those who travel for more than to see or do things but to find transformational experience beyond their routines.

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  • Dorene says:

    Such an inspirational interview with Kasha! 17 years old and so in touch with the world and herself. I can’t wait to watch her documentary when its complete!

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