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Teri Johnson, Travel & Lifestyle Expert, Entrepreneur , Travelista Teri
Teri Johnson is travel and lifestyle expert and entrepreneur. She is the host and executive producer of Travelista Teri, an online video show with a focus on travel, culture, and lifestyle. Her passion for adventure and storytelling has taken her to 68 countries where she has produced over 200 videos for destinations, hotel chains and car companies.
Teri has appeared in national advertisements, web series, and online campaigns with Toyota, Ford, Samsung Galaxy, Corning Gorilla Glass, Ford, Waldorf Astoria, Marriott, and Choice International Hotels. She is also the host of her own 12 part series for TravelChannel.com entitled “Fall in the Finger Lakes with Teri Johnson."
Teri has been a guest on CNBC’s “On the Money”, NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice,” Travel Channel’s “Stuff Rich People Like,” Huff Post Live, etc.
In late 2014, Teri launched a luxury home fragrance brand called the Harlem Candle Company, which is the manifestation of her love affair with fragrance, jazz, and Harlem where she currently resides. The Harlem Candle Company specializes in scented candles inspired by the Harlem Renaissance (1920’s & 1930’s), which is now sold at Bloomingdale’s and boutiques across the country.
Teri earned a Masters in Business Administration from Florida A&M University and a certificate of achievement from the Universitè de Paris-Sorbonne. She also studied Italian wine at Lorenzo de Medici in Florence, Italy and has studied at the School of Visual Arts (SVA), the New York Film Academy and Columbia University in New York City.Teri is proficient in French and Spanish, speaks limited Italian and can toast in twenty languages