I’m the founder of Hitlist, a mobile app that helps you travel more for less.
My official bio runs something like this:
Gillian Morris is the co-founder and CEO of Hitlist, a mobile app which helps users travel more by delivering personalized, proactive trip recommendations. Investors include the Chairman of Orbitz and the founder of JetBlue. Gillian has been named one of the Young Leaders to watch in the travel industry by PhoCusWright.
Before entering the start-up world, Gillian worked as a consultant, journalist, and educator in Turkey, China, the Gulf states, Syria, and Afghanistan. Her work has appeared in/on the New York Times, CNN, CNBC, TechCrunch, The Next Web, LifeHacker, Gizmodo, and more. She is currently based in New York, where she serves on the Executive Board of Harvard Alumni in Tech and lives in Gramercy House, which was recently profiled in the New York Times. She earned her BA from Harvard.
Gillian’s work in emerging markets has made her a passionate advocate for entrepreneurship and private sector investment in the developing world. She is a proud mentor with the School of Leadership Afghanistan.
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