Miles Geek is delighted to welcome Kristi Dosh to our writing team. Her first story for www.milesgeek.com reveals a hidden gem on Amelia Island, Egans Creek Greenway.
Kristi Dosh travels the world both for pleasure and as a sports business analyst for outlets such as Forbes, Fox Sports and Campus Insiders. She’s lucky enough to travel quite often with her husband, who also works in sports media, so they decided to start TravelingWithoutKids.com to chronicle their adventures. From college towns like College Station, TX to the French Riviera, Kristi and her husband believe in a travel philosophy that includes tasting the local fare, studying an area’s history and putting on their walking shoes to explore on foot.
Prior to becoming a sports business analyst, Kristi was a practicing attorney who specialized in real estate financing, including historic preservation tax credits. Thanks to that background, she loves staying in historic hotels and exploring local historical sights.
Kristi is the author of two nonfiction books, one of which can be found in bookstores nationwide: Saturday Millionaires: How Winning Football Builds Winning Colleges (Wiley, 2013). Her other book, Balancing Baseball, is due out soon. In addition to her work as a sports business analyst, Kristi has written for a number of national publications, such as Glamour, Men’s Health, Woman’s Day, Parents and more on topics ranging from online dating to career advice.
When Kristi isn’t busy writing, she coaches others on how to pursue their side gig and ditch their 9-5 as a visibility coach (www.guidemybrand.com). Kristi holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Florida and a B.A. in Politics from Oglethorpe University. You can follow her on Twitter: @SportsBizMiss and @TravelNoKids. You can also follow her on Instagram: @TravelingWithoutKids.
Kristi’s column for Miles Geek can be found under Featured/Traveling Without Kids.