Member Directory

Jill Weinlein is a travel, dining and entertainment writer who has appeared in The Beverly Press and Park LaBrea Newspapers, Fodors, NBYnews, Just Luxe and Luxe Beat magazine. She resides in California.

Kevin Revolinski has lived abroad in Italy, Panama and Guatemala, writing for Rough Guide guidebooks, Caribbean Travel & Life, Chicago Tribune, and Wisconsin State Journal, as well as a memoir, The Yogurt Man Cometh: Tales of an American Teacher in Turkey.

Theresa Christine often writes about unusual experiences in unique places, interesting locals doing extraordinary things, and design-focused destinations. Her work has taken her to all seven continents, from snorkeling between tectonic plates in Iceland to riding on an octopus art car with Susan Sarandon at Burning Man. When not traveling, she is in Los Angeles with her husband and beloved cat.

Katie Jackson was raised on a 1,500-acre farm in Montana before attending college in the concrete jungle of New York City. When she’s not walking her 150-pound Leonberger or trying to figure out why her bike is making that mysterious noise, she’s writing. Her work has been published by Esquire, USA Today, The New York Post, The Sunday Times, Travel & Leisure, and Outside Magazine.

Don and Heidi Bucolo are the husband and wife team behind EatSleepCruise.com. Their love for cruising began after taking their first cruise together back in 2007. Having spent over 180 days at sea on more than 30 cruises with various cruise brands, they have learned a thing or two about planning and executing the perfect cruise vacation. The couple was voted as one Porthole Cruise and Travel's Top 10 Cruise Influencers and is featured in the newest book, Cruising Interrupted. You can find them on the web and social media sharing detailed cruise ship reviews, port guides, packing tips, and planning tips to help travelers "sea the world, one port at a time".

Carol Loven started her career working on the Delta Queen steamboat. Jobs on several British ships led to sailing through the oceans and seas of the world while teaching English to a multilingual crew. Three years as librarian on the legendary QE2 provided the experiences of a lifetime, including earning a steering certificate for learning to drive the ship on a world cruise.

Kate Wickers is a British journalist and travel writer. Her work includes travel, food, and culture features for many British and international publications, including The Telegraph, The Scotsman, The Daily Mail, The Sun, The Australian, Suitcase, Luxury Travel, and The Globe and Mail. Her family travel memoir, Shape of a Boy, will be published in January 2022.