Award-winning journalist Andrea Doyle has a career that spans more than 30 years. She has worked as a senior editor at Successful Meetings Magazine, a senior writer at Convene, and a staff writer at The Record, a daily N.J. newspaper. Her work has graced the pages of publications including Avenue Magazine, New Jersey Health and Beauty, and Bergen Health & Life Magazine.
Over the course of her career, she has written a multitude of profiles on legends like Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Mayor Ed Koch, Jets owner Woody Johnson, restaurateur Danny Meyer, Dr. Jennifer Ashton, Lisa Oz, and Captain Chesley Sullenberger as well as business trend features; health and wellness features; and travel and lifestyle features on destinations and attractions.
Doyle is the proud recipient of several journalism awards, the most recent of which was an American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) Gold Award for a Successful Meetings story she wrote about computer software giant Oracle’s efforts to green its conference. This is the second ASBPE Gold award she has won. The first was for a profile she wrote about Dr. Bruce Charash. His organization, Doc to Dock, is taking what would be medical waste in the United States and is sending it to Africa, saving countless lives in the process. Another story she helped write about making meetings more effective was honored as a Jesse H. Neal Award finalist for overall excellence. She is also the recipient of a Travel Media Showcase Journalist Award and a New Jersey Press Association Scholarship.
She earned a B.A. in journalism from New York University.