Jessica Mischner began her editorial career at Food & Wine magazine. From there she moved to Plenty magazine, a former eco-lifestyle publication, where she held both Associate Editor and Senior Editor positions. At Plenty, Jessica developed and edited the Living section, including DIY, food, home, and style coverage; oversaw home, style, and outdoor markets; produced the annual gift guide; and managed a team of bloggers and writers. Currently, she is the editor of WedVert, the leading green weddings site. Jessica has appeared on The TODAY Show, Fox & Friends, CBSâ€™s The Early Show, New York 1, CW 11, WNBC, and Planet Green to discuss issues ranging from sustainable style and travel to green business and tips for everyday living. Her work has been featured in print and online publications, including Good, Gourmet, Grist, Food & Wine, Plenty, and Tasting Table. A native of South Carolina, Jessica lives in New York City with her husband Will.
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