About Ann Britton Campbell

Ann Britton Campbell sorts her life into threes. Her professions? Travel writer. Strategic planner. Facilitator. Three places you’ll find her working? At her computer. On a plane (or train or trail). In front of a room full of people. Three things she won’t leave home without? A spiral notebook. A pen. A sense of humour.

Ann’s travel stories and photographs appear in newspapers and magazines across Canada and the United States. She has won several travel writing awards (check out boast-y bits under “Kudos”) and is a member of the Travel Media Association of Canada and the Society of American Travel Writers. You can follow her on Twitter @DearAnnTravels.

Ann is the Director, Office of the Vice President Research & International at the University of British Columbia. She holds a Master of Adult Education.

Contact Ann at anncampbell [AT] telus [DOT] net.

5 thoughts on “About Ann Britton Campbell

  1. Thank you for following our blog! It would be a pleasure to have you in Abruzzo as special guest! Please let us know if you come to Italy 🙂 Very nice to meet you! Maple

  2. Ann,

    I read your Western Living story about Nicaragua. I am planning a trip there for later this and am looking for my very own “fixer”. Do you have José Antonio Andino information and or the name of the tour company you used?

    Thanks in advance.

    Michael

  3. Ann. I saw your comment in the Globe and thought it might be you. What fun reading your stories. Of course we love Newfoundland so that was a wonderful start. Good on you!

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