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Lisa Iannucci

An experienced writer with more than 30 years of experience, Lisa Iannucci’s work has been featured in Forbes, MSN, MSN Canada, USA Today, Yahoo News, The Los Angeles Times, Investopedia, MarketWatch, The Seattle Times, TravelPulse, Apartment Therapy, and more. In her articles, Lisa covers a plethora of topics that include tips on financial management, business and real estate, parenting advice, travel, and entertainment. When speaking about her approach to her profession, Lisa states that she tries to make her writing appeal “to all different income levels and that it’s written in a way that’s easy to understand no matter what your financial education.”

Background and Professional Experience

After graduating from Elizabeth Seton College in 1988, Lisa enrolled at the New York Institute of Technology. She graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and started writing, editing, and ghostwriting. In 2009, she served as a temporary editor at Hudson Valley Parent magazine, a media production focused on providing parenting advice on rearing healthy and happy kids and publishing extensive guides on helping families find great camps, schools, and places to visit in the Hudson Valley.

From 2012 to 2014, Lisa was hired as a content editor at Hibu, where her main responsibilities included writing cover stories, proofreading, completing managerial tasks like creating schedules and event calendars, and working with other writers.

Books and Ghostwriting

With topics ranging from biographies of famous people and real estate books to comprehensive guides on bowling and combating arthritis, Lisa has ghost-written and contributed to the creation of more than 25 books. Here’s a short list of books and topics Lisa worked on:

– Real estate: co-author of Complete Idiot’s Guide to Green Building and Remodeling (2008);

– Biographies: author of bios on Ellen DeGeneres and Will Smith, Greenwood (2008);

– Health and Medicine: author of The Unofficial Guide to Overcoming Arthritis (1999); author of Birth Defects (2000); co-author of Healthy Travel (2005);

– Writing: contributor to ASJA’s Guide to Freelance Writing (2003);

– Finances: Author of The Unofficial Guide to Achieving Financial Freedom (2000);

Other: On Location: A Film/TV Lover’s Travel Guide (2018); contributor to Reader’s Digest Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things (2005); contributor to The Whole PC Family Encyclopedia; co-author of Bowling for Dummies.

Other Projects

In 2014, Lisa launched The Virgin Traveler blog, dedicated to traveling across America and the joy of discovering new places. The Virgin Traveler offers a personal-style perspective on America’s trademark locations and less-visited gems as Lisa peruses small cities, visits quaint and cozy hotels, and shares her love for sightseeing, visiting museums, and important landmarks. Described in a concise motto, “Turning my ‘someday’ into today,” Lisa writes about her trips across North America, shares her experience, provides advice for other travelers, and emphasizes the importance of living here and now.

One of the other projects that Lisa is passionate about is her work at the Sports Palooza Radio Show, where she contributes as a writer. She takes interviews and writes articles about sports, the NFL playoffs, the Olympics, and the lives of professional athletes. Her other podcasts include Into the Cosmos, Drop the Damn Puck, and Major League Fantasy Sports Radio Show.