A Word From Arnice:
That question really resonated with me. I had become to consumed with my career that it had become my personality and how I identified myself. But, who else was I? I was also a traveler, an adventure-seeker, a philanthropist, a kind spirit with a heart for serving others. I had always believed serving others in healthcare was my purpose, but that alone was no longer enough; I needed to also follow my passions. And just like that the name Black Travelista came to mind. The rest was history.
Black Travelista became my creative outlet for sharing my perspective with the world. I wanted to create a safe space for Black Women who were also dedicated to finding themselves and to sharing their gifts with others. Travel is the main focus of Black Travelista, but it is truly such more more. It is about being our authentic selves, inspiring others to chase their dreams, and becoming so enriched that it spills over into every aspect of our lives.
My goal is help Black women identify their passions and pursue their life’s purpose. All while traveling the world, near and far.
Black Travelista is a digital storytelling platform created for Black Women travelers to voice their journeys and give light to their individual worldviews. We provide the space for women to foster relationships and share their experiences to encourage other women to journey their paths.
A Black Travelista is bold, fearless and isn’t afraid to leave her comfort zone. She is always exploring the world around her. She uses her talents to enrich the lives of all those she meets. And even when she’s not traveling, she uses her experiences to live an authentic life. She provides and finds inspiration in other like-minded women. If you have found yourself on this page, then you’re already there. She is YOU!
More about Arnice.
Arnice is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner who delivers primary care and women’s health services within the the NYC community. She is also the founder of a non-profit organization, The Color of Health, whose mission is to provide culturally competent health education to communities of color so that they may enjoy a greater quality of life.
Arnice is currently studying to receive her Doctorate of Nursing Practice at Emory University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Binghamton University and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Rochester.
She is available for individual consultations on areas, such as trip planning consultations, life coaching, and nursing career guidance. She can also be contacted for speaking engagements.
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