Catherine “Cappy” Devlin

Devlin, CatherineTitle: Owner
Company: Cappy’s Travel
Location: Mount Kisco, NY United States

While Catherine “Cappy” Devlin was working in the editorial department with Reader’s Digest, she was given a three-month leave of absence. She took this time to travel the world, and since then, her life has never been the same. Her travel agency, Cappy’s Travel, recently celebrated its 40th anniversary. It is a full-service travel company that offers the convenience and confidence of booking online or through a travel specialist to its clients. Cappy Travel is a division of Cappy Devlin International Inc, though which she also hosts a travel radio show on and 1460 AM Radio.

In addition to owning her own travel business, Ms. Devlin and Fulbright Scholar Harry Morgan co-founded the Friendship Ambassadors Foundation, Inc (FAF) in the summer of 1973. This program independently arranges international travel and exchanges program to cultivate international affiliations and promote youth leadership opportunities. The FAF also hosts a number of service programs to raise money for a variety of organizations and causes.

Over the years, Ms. Devlin has come to see her strengths in her trustworthiness, integrity and openness to people of all kinds of religions. Her model of inspiration is Mother Teresa, whom she met in person through her work with the FAF. She states it as one of the moments that had a profound effect on her life.

Ms. Devlin wants to be remembered as a powerful and joyous person. She is a delegate of The International Women’s Leadership Association and a member of the Women Presidents’ Organization, and enjoys spending time with her family and friends in her free time.

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