Emanuela holds two university degrees in Bucharest (Romania) : agronomic engineering and classical music (violin). She also completed a professional degree at the International Air Transport Association (IATA). However, it is her passion for travelling that has imposed itself and traced her professional trajectory with more than 20 years of experience.
As travel consultant at ATPI Canada, she is in charge of planning and organizing the Canadian Olympic Committee’s itineraries for the Tokyo and Beijing Olympics. She sees herself as the travel engineer for any destination in the world, making sure that everything runs smoothly: reservation platform, fare construction, air and ground transportation (transborder and domestic), hotels, specialized itinerary, etc.
Prior to joining ATPI Canada, Emanuela was a travel consultant for the Government of Canada, the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Canadian International Development Agency, CAE, HOGG Robinson Group, American Express, Austrian Airlines, to name a few.
Emanuela’s expertise in the travel industry is undeniable, the company is proud to collaborate with her.
Which travel destination has impressed you the most and why? I have traveled a lot, but Greece has impressed me a lot because of its history, culture, architecture, landscapes, etc. Otherwise, as soon as I set foot on Canadian or Romanian soil, my country of origin, I am so happy. However, I am far from having finished visiting Canada from coast to coast…
Which travel destination do you dream of and why? Japan. I want to admire the rising sun, the cherry trees, the mythical and zen gardens. I want to see and understand their traditions and culture such as literature, opera, tea ceremony, etc.
Which Olympic discipline appeals to you the most and why? Gymnastics, thanks to the performance of my Romanian compatriot Nadia Comaneci at the Montreal Olympics when she got a perfect score. She made Olympic history.
What do you prefer most in events and why? Creativity. The innovations, the technologies that make us better from event to event.