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If you’re reading this, you likely are one of us: Women who have 0r are interested in migrating to another country!

Enter the co-founder and creator of the new travel app WANDA: Navit Reid.

In this episode, she shares what inspired her move from the Midwest of the United States to Poland, and about her new travel app WANDA; a map based travel planning tool.

Navit Reid,  Co-Founder and CEO of WANDA

She opened a National Geographic at the age of 5 and never looked back.

Through three different career paths – photography, conservation biology, and now entrepreneurship – she has worked to hone her natural talents while learning more about the world and what she can do to make it a better place.

Along the way her very itchy feet have brought her to 41 of the 50 United States, 23 countries, and quite a few beaches, mountaintops, and shady glens, usually as a solo traveler. Her most recent venture, WANDA, brings together many of these passions: maps, travel, local businesses, ladies in tech, and the power of data as a force for good.

WANDA is a community for travelers to collect trip ideas and share their adventure knowledge by building personal trip maps. We empower travelers to explore off the beaten path, to have unique, local experiences while supporting the communities that host them.

We are pioneering a new model of ethical data management by sharing traveler data with tourism managers to help them mediate impacts from overtourism, while distributing profits made from data sales directly back to our users.

To learn more and be inspired by Navit’s move to Krakow, read her expat story about Getting Started in Poland.

Learn more about the WANDA app at


WANDA on Facebook | WANDA on Linkedin

WANDA on Instagram | WANDA on Twitter

WANDA On Pinterest

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