- • A financial and stock reporter for more than fifteen years, writing for a variety of publications including Dow Jones, Fox Business and The Wall Street Journal
- • Freelance journalist and columnist for a host of financial websites including Foxbusiness.com, Bankrate.com, Glassdoor.com, Fortune.com, PYMNTs, Goodcall.com and MoneyCrashers.com
- • A gifted story teller who can complex topics and explain it to the masses
A journalist for more than fifteen years, Donna is currently a freelance writer reporting on personal finance, entrepreneurship, investments and technology for a variety of media outlets including Investopedia.com, Money Crashers and Pymnts.com. After years of covering the equities markets as a technology reporter and special contributor to the Wall Street Journal, she embarked on a successful freelance career providing herreaders with invaluable advice on how to invest and save money, land a job and everything in between.
Donna received her Bachelors from St. John's University.
Quote from Donna
"Gifted at taking complex topics and explaining it to the masses. Knowledge is only power when you understand."
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