Owner, Live Well, Travel Often
Chief Experience Officer
Loves: Porcini mushrooms, her rescue dogs, and, of course, planning her next vacation.
Hates: People that are phony, mayonnaise, and having to wear socks.
Stephanie was literally born into hospitality: she was born at what is now Johnson and Wales University, and by the age of 5 she was pulling bingo numbers and operating the switchboard at her grandfather’s South Beach hotel.
Stephanie started Live Well, Travel Often in 2006. It is now a full-service travel agency. Her clients travel to all seven continents, on trips customized to their needs. Stephanie is an accredited Elite Cruise Counselor with CLIA, the highest level of certification from the Cruise Lines Industry Association. She is an expert in group travel and coordination. She works tirelessly to get her clients the best possible vacation experiences at exceptional prices.
Stephanie writes an award-winning travel blog, Florida Keys Girl, documenting life in the Florida Keys and Key West and travels around the world.
Contact Stephanie to start planning your dream vacation today.
Professional Travel Advisor
Loves: Being outdoors, playing tennis, gardening and planning new adventures.
Hates: People that refuse to try new foods, clutter, and extreme cold.
Travel has been a very important part of Debbie’s life for as long as she can remember. After many years of planning trips for friends, family, and non-profit organizations, she joined Live Well, Travel Often as a Professional Travel Advisor. Debbie has travelled extensively and looks forward to helping make your next travel experience one to remember.
Contact Debbie via email or call 1 (214) 914-4178.
Loves: Keeping things organized, dogs, blue hydrangeas, the smell of horse poo.
Hates: Unnecessary drama (or any drama) and the word moist.
Amy hails from Syracuse, NY, the land of snow. From there she moved to Albuquerque, NM, onward to South Florida and has recently relocated to Georgia. She brings with her many years of operational experiences, as making sure there is a process for everything is her jam. Yes, for Amy, it is all about the details.