Lexi Kassler

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California, USA
University Of Redlands, The American University Of Rome
Travel, Fitness, Culture, Italian Cuisine, Sustainable Food Studies
  • Formally trained as a non-fiction creative writer and has years of experience writing for a variety of organizations across many niches.
  • Worked for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as a Communications and Social Media Specialist.
  • Has had the travel bug from a young age after spending many summers in Italy with her family and has traveled to over 5 continents and 22 countries.


Lexi has been a writer all her life and has made it her life's mission to share both the joys and the moral implications of travel as it relates to culture, environment, and economics. She has a BA in Non-Fiction Creative Writing from the University of Redlands and an MA in Sustainable Food Studies from the American University of Rome. Through her education and life experiences, she has had the opportunity to work with the United Nations writing articles about agricultural investment programs and creating social media campaigns for project partners such as the World Bank and the European Union. She has written and collaborated with travel blogs, data security companies, and marketing agencies, and even has her own travel blog where she shares the benefits of Slow Travel and how travelers can adopt its principles.


The University of Redlands, BA in Creative Writing, Non-Fiction: learned how to craft compelling true stories, the power of succinct writing, and that reading is the most important tool for improving your writing. The American University of Rome, MA in Sustainable Food Studies: This program taught graduates about all the different facets of sustainable food and agriculture from production to retail to consumption. For this program, I took a specific concentration in communications, learning how to do proper research and to communicate on food and agriculture topics with empathy and accuracy. These teachings have been invaluable for my professional writing career.
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