Melanie Reffes is a seasoned travel journalist specializing in the Caribbean . She is often circling the globe in search of a good story or racing through airports trying to make a flight. She is much-published in the USA, Canada, Caribbean and places beyond.
Juliana Shallcross was the managing editor of three daily travel sites—HotelChatter.com, Jaunted.com and VegasChatter.com—for over ten years. Now, she's keeping tabs on the ever-changing hotel landscape for Condé Nast Traveler. Aside from maintaining a healthy (most of the time) obsession with hotels, she's also chronicling cool places to take the kids at her own site, TripsandGiggles.com. She's currently based in Los Angeles. Her favorite hotel amenities are fluffy pillows and free WiFi.
Experienced lifestyle journalist and writer with a keen interest in all things food, travel and wellness. My portfolio includes over 500 by-line articles and features published in several leading publications including, Forbes, Cosmopolitan, OneWorld South Asia and The News Hub. In addition, I'm adept at social media management and possess strong research, communication and copy editing skills. When not penning articles or chasing deadlines, I like to read, travel, bake, dabble in poetry or make DIY craft projects.
I'm a senior freelance journalist, commissioning editor and consultant working across online, print, social and video, covering culture, careers, business, start-ups, marketing, technology and travel.
Online Travel Editor at Telegraph Media Group
Katie is a senior reporter at Business Insider, where she covers a range of topics including executive lifestyle, travel, luxury real estate, strategy, and careers.
Talia Lakritz a reporter at INSIDER. Her human interest, travel, and lifestyle stories have been syndicated by Thrillist, Travel + Leisure, The Independent, and MSN. Previously, she wrote for The New York Jewish Week and SciShow Space. She earned a degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from Barnard College of Columbia University.
Holly V. Kapherr is a writer based in Orlando. She covers Florida for Travel Weekly's e-newsletter.
Isabel Choat is a travel editor for the Guardian
Rachel Dixon works on travel and features at the Guardian.
London-born Telegraph travel writer with links to Berlin and all points east and a passion for wild swimming and trains.
I am a Manhattan-based writer covering luxury travel and real estate as well as the wine and spirits industries. I was a contributing writer at Barron's Penta magazine where I penned the Trendspotting column and also covered luxury real estate, pursuits, collecting and other topics. I am co-editor of Pursuitist, the luxury lifestyle site and served as co-editor of Luxist, the luxury lifestyle and travel website at AOL where I oversaw the Luxist Awards, a program that honored the very best in fine living. For 13 years I was a staff writer at Forbes magazine, where I served as a member of the Billionaire's research team in addition to covering real estate and personal finance, among other areas. I am also the author of six books, including "The Closet Entrepreneur.
Irvine-based Roy M. Wallack writes about health and fitness for various publications. An endurance cyclist and runner, he has competed in some of the world's toughest athletic challenges, including the Eco-Challenge, the 750-mile Paris-Brest-Paris ride, and the Badwater Ultramarathon. His latest book is "Bike for Life: How to Ride to 100."
Travel news and senior content editor at Telegraph Media Group
Duncan Craig is Travel Editor of The Sunday Times. He has been a journalist for 20 years and a commissioning editor for 12. His love of adventure travel has seen him trek through the Congo, run across the Sahara and kayak in Antarctica, but he remains a keen advocate of holidaying in Britain. He is a former tutor and lecturer at the London School of Journalism, and is a three-time AITO Travel Writer of the Year nominee. He was shortlisted for Travel Journalist of the Year at the 2018 Press Awards
Freelance contributor--both journalism and photography--to Wired, Gear Patrol, Popular Science, Men's Health, and other outlets. I'm a 24-year veteran of magazine journalism, with experience in automotive, science and technology, travel, health, business.
Eric Moya is Travel Weekly's destinations editor; he joined the publication as copy editor in 2008. From 1998 to 2003, he was a copy editor at the Baltimore Sun, during which he worked on the newspaper’s metro, national and business copy desks and copy edited “Justice Undone,” a 2002 Pulitzer-nominated investigative series about the city’s high rate of unsolved homicides. Previously he was also an assistant editor of Jazziz, a magazine about jazz and world music, and an associate editor of Wizard, a magazine about comic books and pop culture.
Formerly covering markets, I now concentrate my reporting on aviation and other features of the tourism and travel sector.
Merilee Kern is Founder and Executive Producer/Editor of “The Luxe List” International News Syndicate (www.TheLuxeList.com). She is a lifestyle, leisure, consumer goods, travel and dining voice of authority and brand influencer who covers noteworthy products
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