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As a former CNBC reporter and Pushcart-nominated poet, my words create a lasting impact on the world:

  • Elizabeth Warren’s team cited my article in her 2021 proposal to U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona on student loan forgiveness.
  • My marketing copy for AWP’s 2019 Braver Together gala with featured guest Cheryl Strayed helped promote the highest-grossing gala fundraiser in the organization’s history.

  • My bylined and ghostwritten work contributes to online assets such as Merriam Webster’s The Usage e-commerce site, Robinhood’s Learn blog, and the Millennial Money blog (recently acquired by The Motley Fool).

What can I do for you?


News-Pegged Service Articles

Stay one step ahead of your readers and address timely questions based on what’s going on in the world.

In-Depth Interviews

Share valuable insight from thought leaders, industry experts, and prominent figures in the personal finance space.

High-Quality Edits

Trust in the collaborative feedback from a professional reporter/editor (me!) who edited 14 to 21 articles weekly while at CNBC.

Some of my articles

How one millennial built his net worth to $500,000 by age 31 (CNBC)
If You Have Multiple Credit Card Balances, Here’s Which One You Should Pay Off First (Time / NextAdvisor)
Stop Therapist-Hopping and Build a Care Team (Giddy)

From the blog

My Pitch to the Top™ story Part 2: How I finally got paid to write

My Pitch to the Top™ story Part 2: How I finally got paid to write

Welcome to Part Two of my Pitch to the Top™ story, where I will give you some advice on how to get paid to write. Part Two is admittedly a little less survival-oriented than Part One, in which I told you about my unpaid writing internship at a local permaculture...


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