More About the Author
Karen Schaler is the three-time Emmy award-winning TV correspondent and author of TRAVEL THERAPY: Where Do You Need to Go? featuring more than 100 inspiring destinations from around the world based on what you're going through in life. Stressed about the economy? Getting over a breakup? Looking for romance? TRAVEL THERAPY can help you find your way!
Karen also hosts a new national travel TV show on ABC where she also travels around the world shooting special spotlight pieces for the show and she's the editor of the TRAVEL THERAPY TRIPS website www.traveltherapytrips.com offering unique vacation ideas and insider tips on how to score the best travel deals.
Some of her additional publishing credits include: The New Yorker, Travel+Leisure, Town & Country Travel, Elite Traveler, New York Daily News, Boston Globe and abcnews.com.
A sought after travel expert for television, radio, print and online media Schaler has been regularly featured on Fox & Friends, ABC News, Fox's Happening Now, Better.TV, Martha Stewart Living Radio, travelchannel.com, abcnews.com and frommers.com.
Schaler has recently launched a new company, Travelhawk Media, where she leads an Emmy award-winning team that specializes in creating exclusive online content for hospitality and lifestyle clients. Schaler's company specifically focuses on producing online videos that clients can use on their website, for media pitches, for travel agents, press releases and journalists.
Schaler credits her hip, edgy writing style and her wanderlust spirit to her background as a national television news reporter. In 2007, Schaler was embedded with a combat Apache helicopter unit in Afghanistan, and in 1995, she was the first reporter embedded with troops in Bosnia. She has worked as a TV correspondent for CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight and a reporter/anchor at ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX affiliates in major markets across the country.
Growing up outside of Seattle, Washington, Schaler has lived in thirteen different states and says her home now "is wherever I put my suitcase."