Jessie Price is the Editor-in-Chief of EatingWell, a position she has held since 2013. In this role, she directs content for the print magazine, books and digital extensions of the brand.
Launched in 2002, EatingWell is a fast-growing media brand delivered over multiple formats. In addition to its flagship bimonthly magazine with a 6.2 million readership and one million circulation, EatingWell also has a website that reaches an average of over four million unique visitors a month; a growing fan base on social media, including over 2.4 million “likes” on Facebook; over a dozen books in print; and a robust licensing program. EatingWell’s editorial excellence has been recognized with awards from prestigious organizations including the James Beard Foundation, International Association of Culinary Professionals and the American Society of Journalists and Authors.
Price began her career with EatingWell in 2003, testing and developing recipes for the brand. She joined the editorial team full-time in 2004 as an Assistant Food Editor. Her work initially focused on recipes but she quickly took on more responsibilities, writing a wine column, feature stories and contributing to photo shoots. By 2008, Price was promoted to Deputy Editor of Food and was responsible for directing all food content for the brand, including the magazine, the website and EatingWell’s cookbooks. She began her professional experience with food as a cook at restaurants in Colorado and California, including the Relais and Chateaux, Home Ranch.
Price has appeared on numerous national and local television shows including the TODAY show, TV Land’s Best Night In, NBC’s Today in New York, and CBS 2 Morning News. She is also the author of seven EatingWell cookbooks, including the James Beard Award-winning The Simple Art of EatingWell.
Price has a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Williams College. She lives in Charlotte, Vt., with her husband and dog, and is based in EatingWell’s offices in Shelburne, Vt. Her latest food passion: shopping the farmers’ market in Burlington Vermont and making produce-packed meals all week long from her market haul.