Special Projects Editor
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Credit Cards, Credit Reports & Scores, Alternative Credit Products
- Special projects editor for Investopedia
- Personal finance journalist who has been writing about credit cards, new payment technology, and building credit since 2013
- Previous work and credit card data research has been published on websites such as The Balance, CreditCards.com, WSJ.com, MarketWatch, and CNBC.com
Sienna has been researching and writing about personal finance for more than seven years. Her work focused on credit cards, payment security, and young adult credit education has appeared on The Balance and CreditCards.com.
Sienna has led more than a dozen credit card data surveys to produce original statistics and educate readers about industry trends and card terms that have been cited by online publications such as WSJ.com, CBSNews.com, USA Today, HuffPost, and The Washington Post. Sienna first started writing about personal finance for U.S. News & World Report, first as an intern and later as a freelance personal finance writer.
Sienna has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She also completed a media studies program with The Fund For American Studies at George Mason University in Washington, D.C.