Jeanenne Tornatore: Senior Editor, Orbitz.com

Jeanenne Tornatore

Jeanenne on a recent trip to Volterra, Italy

 

Jeanenne Tornatore
Senior Editor, Orbitz.com
Travel Trend Expert

Jeanenne Tornatore, travel trend expert, regularly shares her industry knowledge with national print and broadcast outlets around the country. Her travel industry background and personal travel experiences allow her to talk about where to go and what to do in almost any destination. Above all, her travel knowledge provides consumers with insight on what makes a good travel deal and how to travel hassle-free in today’s environment.

Jeanenne at Disney

Jeanenne at Walt Disney World with her daughter

Tornatore has been a frequent contributor to the Huffington Post, MSNBC, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, CNN Airport Network, ABC News Now, CBS News Radio, Wall Street Journal Radio and appears on various network television and radio affiliates around the country. She has made numerous appearances on national television shows including The Today Show, Extra! TV, The Rachael Ray Show, and ESPN Cold Pizza. In addition, her advice and tips have been sought and quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Newsday, MSNBC.com, CNN.com, TheStreet.com and Oprah.com, among others.

Tornatore has broadcast live from and promoted tourism to destinations including Las Vegas, New York, Chicago, Miami, Hawaii, Washington DC, Quebec City, Montreal, Vancouver, Santa Fe, Aruba, the Bahamas, Lake Tahoe, Vail, Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs, Orlando, Panama City and many more.

Jeanenne in Vancouver, British Columbia

Jeanenne in Vancouver, British Columbia

Tornatore has spent 14 years as a communications professional working with high-profile companies in travel, technology, and consumer products, currently serving as a senior editor for Orbitz.com.

In her spare time, she travels frequently with her husband and three small children. Needless to say, she knows how to pack smart, navigate security like a pro, and entertain even the smallest travelers on a three-hour flight.