Journalist and editor
University of Connecticut
- 25+ years experience as a professional journalist and editor
- Featured reporter and writer, with work appearing in major financial publications like Institutional Investor, Traders Magazine, Alpha, and The Wall Street Journal Europe
- 10+ years experience covering mutual funds, including being founding member of the news service Fund Board Views
Hillary Jackson has been an active reporter and editor for over 25 years. Through the years, she’s transitioned from a generalist to specializing in the financial industry, working for Reuters as a bureau chief and later as an editorial director for Euromoney Institutional Investor. Hillary has worked as a freelance reporter in the past, being featured on a number of financial websites, including Traders Magazine, Alpha, and The Wall Street Journal Europe.
Over the last decade, she’s carved out a niche in the mutual fund industry. First as a reporter and managing editor covering the U.S. mutual fund industry for Institutional Investor, and later as the founding editor of Fund Board Views, a news service catering to mutual fund professionals. Beyond covering mutual funds, Hillary also volunteers at the New York Sports Connection. Here she mentors students covering sports in New York City, helping them identify and report meaningful stories.
Hillary has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Connecticut.