• News editor at Investopedia
  • Previously an intern at Investopedia, Psychology Today, Starfish Media Group, Pune Mirror, and DNA
  • Currently writes about immigration policy, corporate lobbying, election campaign funding, technology, economic theory, education trends, and book recommendations


As a news editor at Investopedia, Deborah DSouza works with writers to create engaging and informational content to start the day with. She also enjoys writing comprehensive articles that bring together information from different fields and focus on systemic issues. She has worked in different areas of content production in the past, and her background allows her to be equally comfortable with academic journals and dank memes. Besides her work for Investopedia, Deborah has contributed articles on culture, society, and history to Vice Media (Munchies), Scroll.in, Arré, City and State, Psychology Today, Queens Chronicle, DNA, and Pune Mirror.


Deborah received her bachelor's degree in English from Fergusson College. She earned her master's degree in social anthropology at the University of Oxford and her master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.

Quote from Deborah DSouza

"It's very satisfying to give readers the information they need on market-moving headlines and trends. I also enjoy pulling the curtain back on how companies operate, whether it's how they deal with proposed legislation or public perception. Large corporations occupy such an important place in markets and our culture generally, it's important to condense the complicated information that's out there and provide context and insight."