JS 32: Group Travel Adventures with Todd Sullivan Founder of Globetrooper.com

October 13th, 2011 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on JS 32: Group Travel Adventures with Todd Sullivan Founder of Globetrooper.com


Life is about experience and global travel is about awakening to unlimited possibilities, especially when traveling with a group of people whom share your aspirations and sense of adventure.  Join Jason Hartman and Todd Sullivan, founder of Globetrooper.com, as they talk about the rewarding experiences of group travel, from planning exciting trips together, to making new friends, to really living and learning with the local people of your destinations. 

Todd has a private equity, finance, and software engineering background. Before co-founding Globetrooper, he was a professional investor with a private equity firm in Australia. His team was responsible for investing $55 million into successful Australian businesses.  Prior to that, Todd ran a software development consultancy. He led a team of seven engineers on a highly classified military project and led the development of a proprietary learning management system, used by over 20,000 emergency medical training students. Todd studied at the Australian National University and holds a master’s degree in finance, a master’s degree in management and a bachelor’s degree in software engineering. Todd’s appetite for adventure developed in Australia’s Blue Mountains with annual rock climbing, canyoning and bush walking jaunts.

He has since snowboarded, snowmobiled, trekked and traveled throughout Canada, Europe, Africa, South America and now India.  In 2008, Todd summited Mt Kilimanjaro and in 2010 he completed the 4,500m Lares Trail in Peru. Like Lauren, he joined the 17-strong team to circumnavigate India by rail earlier this year, and is now living in Bangalore. Todd dreams of climbing Ama Dablam, skiing to the Poles, driving across Africa and completing many other epic crossings.

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