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- Cotton in the Big Bend
- National Park Crawl
- Northern Nights, Northern Lights
- Ice Cave
- Iceland Horses
Photography, Freelance Writing, and Speaking
Sivani taught eighth grade mathematics as a Teach for America corps member and then worked for several years as a federal public defender before transitioning from a career as an attorney to one as a professional wanderer. Her varied and unique experiences have provided a platform for public speaking, freelance writing, and commissioned photography engagements.
An accomplished public speaker, Sivani has spoken about topics ranging from international solo travel to domestic social justice, the educational achievement gap, and the issues facing young professional women.
If you are interested in working with Sivani, please contact her directly below.
Possible speaking topics include:
- Antarctica: Sivani’s experiences sailing to and spending time on the White Continent, the lessons learned, and how those lessons facilitate success in the professional world
- Copyright law for bloggers and photographers
- Ethical Traveling: What it means, why it is important, and the small measures we all can take to travel more ethically
- Traveling solo as a woman
- General travel tips, packing lists, and health precautions
- Teach for America as an immersive travel and cultural experience
- Public education and the achievement gap across America
- Criminal justice, mass incarceration, and the school-to-jail pipeline: The observations of a former public defender and math teacher.
- Women in leadership: Moving beyond constructs and confines to find your voice and use it.
Freelance writing is similarly diverse.
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The Quiet Confidence of Wilderness Medicine
This piece was originally published by the Adventure Collection on May 13, 2017. It had been a disastrous day on Mount Rainier and night was falling. I keenly felt the loss of the sun as a chill seeped through my light down jacket and my teeth began to chatter. A few feet away, my climbing […]
Above the Soberanes: Aerial Photos from a California Wildfire
On the ground it moved like a wild animal, racing down canyons and up hillsides. It consumed drought-stricken brush and homes in its path with fervor. An esurient predator. Ravenous. Hissing. Roaring. But from the air, it danced.
Cotton in the Big Bend
The Oceans of Big Bend
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