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Designing Spaces That Regenerate

Day two of the 2021 Regenerative Travel Summit focused on the theme of Honoring Sense of Place and saw key discussions about the powerful role of place in regeneration.

Developing Indigenous-Owned Experiences

he second day of the 2021 Regenerative Travel Summit featured a conversation focused on honoring, incorporating and learning from local indigenous groups to positively impact the community and the travel experience.

Evolving Destinations Toward Regenerative Futures

econd day of the 2021 Regenerative Travel Summit saw a revelatory discussion around how we can work with communities and destinations to shift travel towards a more regenerative model.

Regenerative Resources

Join us for our April 2022 Virtual Convening

Join us for our April 2022 Convening

We are excited to invite travel buyers to our first joint hotel & trade April 2022 convening as building community through information sharing is one of the cornerstones of our Regenerative Travel landscape.

Featuring RT Member Hotel: Eaton DC

How To Make Your Travel and Hospitality Business More Diverse and Equitable

April 13, 2022 | 10:00 AM ET - 11:30 AM ET

Celebrate Diversity Month and learn from Eaton DC who is proud to be lead by majority BIPOC and majority women. Eaton DC’s programming is deeply rooted in the local community, and it has garnered a reputation in the world of art and culture that makes it an oasis of authenticity in DC’s concrete jungle. Director of Impact Katie Pettit and Global Head of Purpose Sheldon Scott share lessons learned, best practices, and a vision for the future of hospitality that honors every human life.

 

Join our virtual convening to learn about how regenerative principles can apply to any travel business and how to identify value-aligned hotels to entrust your clients with.

Our Speakers

Sheldon Scott

Born and raised in Pawley’s Island in the Gullah/Geechee Lowcountry of South Carolina, Sheldon Scott now lives and works in Washington, DC where he has served as Eaton Workshop’s Head of Purpose since 2021. From 2017 to 2020, Sheldon was Eaton DC’s Director of Culture. As Head of Purpose, Sheldon spearheads improving Eaton’s social and environmental impact across its properties. His work as Eaton DC’s Director of Culture highlighted Eaton’s progressive values with an intersectional approach to curating art and hosting cultural dialogues, exploring stories of underrepresented groups from LGBTQ+ artists to first generation immigrant artists to commentaries on race in America. 

Katie Pettit

Katie Petitt re-envisions community-driven initiatives as a new basis for racial justice, global solidarity, and peace-building. Katie is the founder and Executive Director of Current Movements, a DC-based organization connecting grassroots movements through art, film, and technology. She is also an arts and cultural organizer in DC where she has organized with groups such as Black Lives Matter DC, Movement for Black Lives DC, and DC Mutual Aid Network. Previously, Katie managed programs and the DC office of The Advocacy Project, including its Peace Fellowship Program, which partnered with 14 grassroots organizations in 10 countries.  

Register

RSVP for our industry convening open to qualified buyers who are interested to further their education on regenerative travel.
Come prepared to join the discussion through breakout sessions and mediated conversation.

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Industry Forum 2021