Wini Moranville, Writer and Editor
Wini Moranville began her career at Société Générale in New York City, where she translated and edited communications written by French executives in the International Banking Group. She later worked as a marketing manager for science and medical journals at Oxford University Press, both in New York and in the UK, before striking out on her own as an independent communications consultant.
In the past 20 years, Wini has worked on a variety of books, magazines, websites, advertising campaigns, social media platforms and business-to-business publications. Her book, The Bonne Femme Cookbook: Simple Splendid Food That French Women Cook Every Day was published by Harvard Common Press in 2011. While she’s best known for her food and wine writing, she has written and edited on topics from insurance and banking to neuroscience and ball bearings. She thrives on polishing any form of communication into a highly effective piece that’s a pleasure to read.
Wini received a BA in French and English from the University of Iowa and an MA in English from Iowa State University. In addition to her work as a writer and editor, she also teaches writing courses at Simpson College.
When not working, she’s traveling to France, planning her next trip there, or writing about her adventures.