Wendy Ramunno is a writer, editor and copywriter whose diverse career has run the gamut from covering federal legislation for Congressional Quarterly, to working as a cook at Eleven Madison Park, to consulting for Google.
As the Philadelphia Editor of Zagat, Wendy tracked restaurant openings and trends and wrote features on celebrated chefs and rising stars. Her previous gig as a Book Editor at Food & Wine involved managing a team of writers, fact checkers and copy editors to produce pocket guides on notable wine producers.
Wendy’s writing has appeared in publications like Food & Wine, Fast Company, The Atlantic’s CityLab, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Edible Philly and PhillyVoice. She was a regular contributor and recipe developer at Latina magazine for many years.
As a skilled copywriter, Wendy especially loves working with hospitality and lifestyle clients. Please email her for more info.
Following stops in D.C., Barcelona and New York, Wendy settled in Center City Philadelphia, where she lives with her husband, two kids, and a cockapoo named Murray. She puts her culinary degree to good use at Vetri Community Partnership, teaching curious grade-schoolers how to make nutritious meals at home.