• • 10+ years experience as a fact checker and reporter for a variety of financial and lifestyle publications.
  • • 10+ years experience as a freelance writer. Her work has appeared in print and on digital publications, like CNN.com, Investopedia.com, MarketWatch, Grow from Acorns, The Real Deal, Successful Meetings and Incentive.
  • • 10+ years working with B2B clients on custom print and digital publications. Currently covering personal finance, real estate news, health and wellness, and the food and beverage industry.


Maya is a curious, detail-oriented and deadline-driven journalist (with over a decade of fact-checking experience) who writes about personal finance, smart home technology, business travel, and health and wellness. 

She has reported, written and fact checked for national, local and B2B publications. Her interest in personal finance began in 2014 when she started freelancing writing and fact checking for Investopedia.com. 

Her stories on personal finance can also be found on LearnVest, MarketWatch, Reach Further (an in-house East West Bank publication) and Grow from Acorns. She also enjoys writing about the food industry for el Restaurante and travel for Successful Meetings.


Maya received her Bachelors from Sarah Lawrence College and a Masters from Columbia University’'s School of Journalism.

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"I enjoy helping people, especially families, learn more about how to maximize their time and money. It's rewarding to report on and write about the best ways to plan for retirement, budget household expenditures, or how to purchase big-ticket items, like a home, vacation, or saving for college."

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