- Experience writing for various finance publications
- Current director of investor relations and communications
- Former associate editor at Investopedia
Charlotte Wold is a business and economic reporter who has also written for Medium. During her time at New York University, Charlotte served as editor of the graduate-student run publication, The Refresh. In her role at The Refresh, Charlotte wrote about job hunting and social media, gun violence, and poverty among the college-educated, among many other topics. Prior to enrolling at NYU, Charlotte worked for Ambitious Media as an accounting associate, before moving into her position as an associate editor here at Investopedia. During her time at Investopedia, Charlotte reported on global economic issues, including business mergers, the Global Wealth Index, passive and active funds, and the long-term impact of Keynesian economics.
Today, Charlotte works for Hudson Capital Properties as the director of investor relations and communications. Hudson Capital Properties is a small, New York City real estate investment firm with 70 years of experience negotiating and closing real estate financing and other deals. Through its substantial portfolio of current investments, Hudson owns and manages numerous multi-family properties and is involved in a number of partnerships.
Charlotte was educated at Berkeley College, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management, and at New York University, where she earned a master’s in business and economic reporting from the Stern School of Business & Arthur L. Carter School of Journalism.