Meredith Rosenberg is an accomplished travel writer, editor and web producer with almost twenty years of cumulative experience.
Since 2015 she's provided non-stop travel content to the Travel Channel, HGTV, CNN Travel, Fodor’s, Conde Nast Traveler and more. She's also a member of SATW for what it’s worth.
Her travels have taken her to India for a multi-day wedding in Mumbai (not mine), followed by a honeymoon in Goa (mine). She’s ridden an ornery camel in Marrakesh, explored a coal mine in Alaska, met Don Ho in Honolulu following a performance of “Tiny Bubbles,” (there may be an actual photograph somewhere), driven a Twizy in Bermuda, fly fished outside of Park City, Utah and eaten her way through Rome. At home she takes hot yoga, an adventure in itself.
A Who’s Who of career highlights involve working as a web producer for Architectural Digest and Conde Nast Traveler; producing videos for the Village Voice; editing sponsored content for Elle and Forbes; and writing and editing travel content for Morris Visitor Publications (you know, the Where guides). Her resume spans two pages, which breaks the one-page rule, but hey, it reflects a varied career, and really, how many people can squeeze two decades’ worth of work onto one page?
Not least, Meredith holds a Master's degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, since renamed the Craig Newmark School of Journalism. (Yes, after the Craigslist founder. We’ll leave it there.) She's based in NJ, which counts as the NYC area, because there reaches a point in life where you can’t justify paying $$$ for a small apartment, even though it was a great space in Downtown Brooklyn.