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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.
- One of my articles was cited in Christine Platt’s book, “The Afrominimalist’s Guide to Living with Less” (Simon and Schuster, 2021).
- 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?
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Stay one step ahead of your readers and address timely questions based on what’s going on in the world.
Share valuable insight from thought leaders, industry experts, and prominent figures in the personal finance space.
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
Alright, friends. Welcome to Part Four of my Pitch to the Top™ story, where I finally tell you how I became a CNBC reporter after working as a kindergarten teacher. This post is a long one, but it's jam-packed with practical tips, nuggets, and take-aways from...
Welcome to Part Three of my Pitch to the Top™ story, where I will tell you all about how I became a self-employed writer. Today's post is all about self-employment mistakes I made when I first tried to start my own business in 2014, and how I'm still learning from...
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...