- 18+ years of experience as a freelance reporter, writer, and editor
- For 10+ years he has been combining financial commentary with stand-up comedy
- 2+ years working as a financial public relations account executive
Gregory Gethard began his writing career over 18 years ago as an education and business reporter. He then moved to write a variety of industry-specific, financial, sporting, and entertainment articles. His work appears on The Classical, an independent sports website; the Oil and Gas Journal, a widely-read industry publication; GoBankingRates.com; and on Investopedia.
As a senior writer at Thomson Reuters, his clients included Westlaw Energy and Environment Daily Briefings. You will find his work syndicated on Yahoo Finance, reposted on many websites, and referenced in books and research in the petroleum and financial industries.
Gregory has an extensive background in economics and finance and shares his knowledge through a unique stand-up comedy commentary. His show, Money Talks With "Financial Guru" Gregg Gethard, most recently appeared at the Good Good Comedy Theater and other Philadelphia area venues.
Gregory writes and appears on his television show, the Chris Gethard Show, which airs on truTV.com. He posts a series of compelling marketing content and reviews on Yelp as Karl G, which featured in New York Magazine, Business Insider, and on ABC News.
Gregory continues to teach others about investing and finance as an account executive for Gregory FCA, a financial public relations firm in Pennsylvania. Here, Gregory links financial services clients with media outlets as he writes social media content, a daily newsletter, press releases, and white papers. He also acts as the in-house guru on all things financial to his fellow staff members.
Gregory received his Bachelor of Arts in communications and history from LaSalle University. He also earned his Master of Business Administration in finance and marketing, and earned his Master of Arts in Central and Eastern European studies at LaSalle University.