Anna Morozova

Anna Morozova, born in 1989 in Sumy, Ukraine, is a metal scientist and volcanologist who also pursued a career in travel journalism. She earned her master’s degree from Kyiv Politechnic Institute before embarking on a career that would take her to 70 countries around the world. Morozova‘s writing has been featured in a variety of publications, including Inspired, FurFur, The Village, and Bird in Flight. She is a sought-after speaker, having delivered talks at events like TEDx, Philip Morris training camps, Greencubator, and Tesla Camp. One of Morozova‘s most notable achievements was her circumnavigation of the world by hitchhiking while wearing a blue and yellow overall, the colors of the Ukrainian flag. Her journey garnered widespread media attention and cemented her reputation as a fearless adventurer. Morozova now resides in the United States, where she is raising her family and running a charity fund within an American corporation. She continues to write about her travels and adventures, inspiring others to explore the world and embrace new experiences.