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Noire Voyage, which means black travel in French, is the premier travel lifestyle publication for affluent African Americans.

The magazine has both digital and print editions which provide insightful narratives and insider intel on all things travel through an African American lens.

Since its launch, Noire Voyage has been a market-leading guide for the African American travel enthusiast and provides advertisers unique access to these affluent consumers who have a penchant for luxury travel.

Published quarterly, the magazine boasts a readership of over 250,000 wanderlusts who are looking for new and exciting adventures.

Publisher and Editor-in-Chief

Glenda Swain

Publisher and Editor-in-Chief
Noire Voyage Magazine

Glenda Swain is Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Noire Voyage Magazine.

Noire Voyage, which means black travel in French, is the premier travel lifestyle publication for affluent African Americans.

The magazine has both digital and print editions which provide insightful narratives and insider intel on all things travel through an African American lens. As Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, she is responsible for advertising revenue as well as the editorial content for the magazine. Glenda has worked in corporate America in several roles of increasing responsibility  -most recently with The Coca-Cola Company as the Director of Talent Acquisition for its North America Foodservice, Hospitality and Retail divisions – the company’s largest, customer-facing organizations. She also worked in the auto industry for 2 of the Big 3 automakers where she focused on recruitment and diversity with responsibility for the manufacturing and engineering organizations. Glenda is also the President and CEO of The PIVOT Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization whose mission is to help women of color who are unemployed or have been displaced from their jobs.  The Foundation provides career development training and job placement services to help them assimilate back into the workforce or pivot into a new career. Glenda has a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Grambling State University and a master’s degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources from Michigan State University. She is a Diamond Life Member of Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc. and resides in Atlanta, Georgia.