Introducing: Cepee Tabibian

Born a citizen of the world to a Colombian mother and Iranian father in West Virginia, Cepee spent all but 9 months of her childhood growing up in the Lone Star State and proudly considers herself a Native Texan. Although her parents were from South America and the Middle East, her passion for travel didn’t start until high school when she befriended a group of foreign exchange students.  Convincing her traditional Iranian father to let her travel solo the Netherlands for her 17th birthday was no easy feat. Little did they know that his support of her trip to visit a friend would become the most pivotal moment in her life. Her first trip abroad prompted a deep and magical love affair with travel and self-exploration that continues till this day, 20 years later.

Her education includes a bachelor’s in marketing and a master’s in international relations. In between her travels, she has worked in a variety of fields including marketing, sales, education, and travel. In 2015 she moved to Madrid, Spain and recently snagged her first remote job, a dream position that allows her to balance both work and travel. She is a running and yoga addict with a slight obsession for podcasts and social media. Cepee spends most of her free time building her brand Wanderlicious, a plant-based food + travel blog about Madrid and beyond. Connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, or reach her at (and send your podcast recommendations to) wanderlicious.es@gmail.com.

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  1. Madrid… ciudad de encanto!

  2. Bravo Ceppee! Our wandering Tough Cookie! Can’t wait read about your adventures!

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