Jill Schildhouse

Jill Schildhouse


  • Northern Illinois University


  • Travel

Jill Schildhouse is an award-winning freelance writer based in Phoenix, Arizona. Over the last two decades, her work has appeared in such publications as Reader's Digest, Oxygen, TripSavvy.com, Brides, AAA, Better Nutrition, Vegetarian Times, Bodyuilding.com, and Phoenix Home & Garden. The self-proclaimed foodie has visited more than 35 countries in search of amazing meals and adventures, which include taking culinary classes in Italy, cruising the fjords of Norway and Alaska, touring windmills in The Netherlands and snorkeling in Fiji.


Jill has visited 35+ countries and is the former editor-in-chief of AAA, Arizona's travel magazine. She has worked in print and digital publishing since 2000 and holds a Bachelor's in corporate communications with a minor in journalism.


BA in Corporate Communications with a Minor in Journalism from Northern Illinois University

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