Phyllis Rosenstein Stoller
Director in New York
Phyllis Stoller has a BA from Tufts University (History), MA from New York University (Political Science) and a Finance Degree from the University of the South Bank (London England). She has lived and worked in England, France and Switzerland and resides in New York.
In Great Britain, Phyllis worked as a marketing consultant for multinational companies. She free-lanced for travel and finance publications. Back in the US, Phyllis was an international corporate banker, before starting her own business.
The company she founded, The Women's Travel Club, became the national leader in women's travel. Phyllis was recognized as Top in Women's Travel by Travel & Leisure Magazine and was recently named One of The Most Influential Women in Group Travel. The company was acquired in 2006 by a private travel club. Phyllis restarted her group as The Women's Travel Group, www.thewomenstravelgroup.com. Facebook: toursforwomen.
Phyllis specializes in smart tours with speakers and insightful itineraries for women.
1967-70 Worked for The New York Times while attending Graduate School at NYU.
1970-80 Public relations consultant in London,England.
1982-90 Vice President, for various international banks, including Barclays Bank PLC
1991-2008 Founder and tour operator of a leading company focusing on women; the company was acquired in 2007.
2008-Present Marketing for www.spamexico.com and Founder and President of The Women's Travel Group. Phyllis contributes to many e-zines and blogs about women and travel.
Phyllis has appeared on CNN, The Today Show, Lifetime for Women, in much print, and on many radio programs. She is available as a speaker for groups interested in travel for women and other related topics. She is a contributor to Huffington Post and writes travel columns for The Three Tomatoes, National Association of Baby Boomers, and Boomer Women Speak.
Pro Bono: Board member, Women's Fund of Miami Dade County, Funding Arts Network, both in Miami Fl. Active in Tufts University Women's Networking Group, past Harvard Parents Assoc. She is on the Women's Board of the NY Historical Society.