Brie Neumann is a New York-based legal associate and avid traveler. She believes that life is an adventure and has never wasted her time on missed opportunities. Her desire to explore has led her all across the world on amazing adventures and she wouldn’t trade a second of it.
Her first impactful exposure to the wonderful world of travel was while she was attending Lehigh University and earning double Bachelor of Arts degrees in Global Studies and Psychology. Brie decided to study abroad so she traveled to Madrid, Spain. This gave her the travel bug and she knew she wanted to see more of the world.
Brie’s first foray into solo adventuring was in Costa Rica. Since then, she has visited Columbia and lived in London, as well as traveled to other parts of Europe, Morocco, and Thailand. Places on her bucket list include Australia, Greece, Iceland, and Africa.
Brie Neumann understands that there are some lessons that can’t be learned behind a desk. She has had invaluable life experiences and learned more about herself because of her adventures. She craves the thrill of pushing herself outside of her comfort zone and exploring new things. Seeing how others live in a world that is so drastically different than your own is a wonderful way to gain perspective about what really matters in life. Brie describes travel as taking a vacation from the everyday you.
Brie Neumann currently works as a Legal Associate in New York. While she loves her job and proudly calls New York City home, she also knows when her body tells her she needs to escape from the daily life of a bustling city, which can sometimes get confining.. It helps her become refocused and centered. It makes her the best version of herself, which, in turn, has a positive impact on all other aspects of her life. It also gives her a chance to explore different cultures and cuisines, a passion that she will never stop following. Luckily, she lives in the city that never sleeps, with a melting pot of diversity all its own.
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