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National Geographic Traveler
Bellows, Keith Vice President, National Geographic Society, Editor-in-Chief, National Geographic Traveler. Under Keith, National Geographic Traveler was nominated for a 2003 National Magazine Award for General Excellence. Keith was previously executive producer of Excite, launched Babycenter.com, and ran his own companies, the Media Development Group and WestWorld Media. He created and edited more than 30 magazines for Whittle Communications and Meigher Communications; worked for Sports Illustrated (writer), Disney (magazine developer), ESPN (color commentator), and Reader's Digest (editor); and has written for AARP The Magazine, Washingtonian, Parenting, and many other publications. He is the author of "The Canuck Book"and the 1998 Winter Olympics ACCESS Guide for ABC-TV. A board member of Dartmouth's alumni magazine and former board member of the American Society of Magazine Editors, he speaks extensively at home and abroad, has appeared on television more than 100 times, and teaches photography workshops and writing seminars around the country. A Canadian citizen, Bellows was born in the Congo, and was schooled at Gordonstoun in Scotland and Dartmouth College in New Hampshire.
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