Maralyn Dennis Hill
Maralyn Dennis Hill is Executive Editor of Luxe Beat Magazine and is known as The Epicurean Explorer. She was born to travel and loves to tell the tale. As a professional travel and food, writer, Maralyn is intrigued by all aspects of spa and culinary tourism.
From local cuisine to Michelin Star, simple to gourmet, she thrives on discovering flavors, spices, and trends worldwide. Not only does she love to share the tales of unique customs, Maralyn also believes that her passion for global travel is the greatest geography lesson. The best part is meeting people along the way and hearing their stories.
From Bocuse d’Or to being a judge at the Turks & Caicos Conch Festival and the Oregon Chocolate Festival and more, Maralyn is truly a world traveler. She is a frequent guest on radio shows and editor and contributor to several print and online publications. Maralyn continues to reach an audience of several million in the United States and abroad.
Her adventures don’t stop there. Maralyn currently serves on the boards of Curran Pendleton Press and Stella Jane Marketing. She has co-authored three books and from 2002 to 2006, she hosted a cable television show on Time-Warner. Maralyn is president emeritus of The International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association (12-2008 to 12-2012) and continued her work as a board member and co-chaired its Conference and Media Trip Committee through 2014. She is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers and the Society of Professional Journalists.
When she’s not jetting to her next destination, Maralyn enjoys coaching individuals on writing and marketing successful projects. And although she lives to travel, she enjoys quiet time exploring and writing and taking more coaching certification classes.
Specialties: Culinary tourism, luxury and spas, but loves all travel. Food judging is enjoyable and Maralyn thrives on using her coaching, conference, incentive, and meeting planning skills.
Executive Editor: http://LuxeBeatMag.com
Twitter: Follow me: @maralynhill