Photo of Regan Stephens
Photo of Regan Stephens

Regan Stephens

Regan Stephens is a Philadelphia–based freelance journalist with 10 years of experience writing about food, drinks, travel, and culture. Her work has appeared in print and digital publications, including Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, and Fortune.

Expertise: Ice Cream, Oysters, Champagne, Family Travel

Experience: Regan Stephens has spent nearly two decades working in digital and print magazine production, including writing, editing, photo production, and photo editing. She's worked on staff at People and Teen People magazines, and People.com, and spent a year as the managing editor of Philadelphia magazine before returning to full-time freelance writing. For her work at Philadelphia magazine, Regan was nominated for a City and Regional Magazine Association Award in 2020 for Reporting, and won the award in 2021 for Reader Service as part of a team of writers.
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