Vanessa Page

  • • 6+ years experience writing about financial education topics and personal finance
  • • Holds two higher education degrees in economics and education
  • • Serial entrepreneur and millennial expert

Experience

Vanessa began a personal finance blog while completing her economics degree in 2012. It quickly grew into a monetized and profitable project. By 2013, she was writing and ghost-writing full-time for half a dozen websites in the United States and Canada. In 2017 and 2018 Vanessa scaled back her businesses to focus on getting a teaching degree with the aim of improving her ability to translate complicated financial topics into easy-to-understand formats.

Education

Vanessa earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from McGill University, and her Bachelor of Education from the University of Calgary.

Quote from Vanessa

"No one wants to mismanage their money. With the right tools and guidance, anyone can get control of their finances. Nothing makes me happier than hearing a success story!"

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Investopedia helps you understand complex financial concepts, learn and improve your investing skills, and learn how to manage your money. Whether you’re in a classroom, a boardroom or your living room, our editors and network of financial advisors and experts have answered your questions and proudly earned your trust since 1999. Investopedia is part of Dotdash, a collection of some of the web’s largest and most trusted digital media brands.

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