Noelle Alejandra Salmi writes about travel, culture, and sustainability.
Noelle served as Outdoor Editor and Family Editor at award-winning lifestyle publication Matador Network. She has written for AFAR, USA Today, San Francisco Chronicle, Jornal do Brasil, Parenthood, airline, cruise, and hotel magazines in Asia, Europe, and North America, and many other outlets. She has authored multiple editions of Frommer's guidebooks and was a co-author of Portugal: The MONOCLE Handbook.
Noelle contributes to Monocle 24 Radio's The Globalist. She also worked for the Olympic News Service, Associated Press, and media outlets in the US, Germany, and Brazil.
Noelle received her BA in International Relations with departmental honors from Stanford University, and earned her Master of International Affairs degree at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.
Noelle has lived on five continents and visited over 60 countries. She is fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and German.
Portugal: The MONOCLE Handbook
by multiple authors, including Noelle Alejandra Salmi