- • 10+ years of experience in personal finance writing
- • Work has appeared in outlets such as Fox Business News, Yahoo! Finance, Huffington Post, and Fidelity
- • Member of American Society of Journalism and Authors, American Association of Daily Money Managers, and the Financial Planners Association
Ana Gonzalez Ribeiro has more than 10 years of experience as a professional personal finance writer. In addition to her work for Investopedia, Ana has written for Mint.com, Bankrate.com, and Loan Depot. Her articles have appeared in The Hispanic Outlook on Higher Education, New Mexico Woman, Geico Direct Magazine, Girlfriendz Magazine, and Whakate.com. She contributes regularly on finance and business issues to Alaska Business Monthly, and Spotlight on Recovery Magazine. Her bank news articles have appeared on Savingsaccount.com, and she blogged about personal finance and educational tools and resources for Hispanic entrepreneurs and Latino students.
Ana’s work has appeared in many well-known news outlets, including Fox Business News, Yahoo! Finance, Huffington Post, and Fidelity. She belongs to the American Society of Journalism and Authors, American Association of Daily Money Managers, and the Financial Planners Association. Ana founded and runs the personal finance website, AceTheJourney.com. She currently works as a Spanish personal finance educator at W!SE: Working in Support of Education, and has taught personal finance classes at the United Way of Westchester and Putnam, the CFP Board, and the Field Library Peekskill. She is an Account Administrator for Mayer Handelman Company. Topics she has mastered include housing, insurance, retirement planning, credit banking, insurance, budgeting, the cost of money, regulatory agencies, and financial planning and management.
Ana holds a BA in Biology from Manhattan College and earned her MBA in Finance from Long Island University. She also holds a Certification in Personal Finance (CPF), a financial planner certificate from City University of New York’s Herbert H. Lehman College, and a Personal Finance Teacher Certification.
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