Blog Authors List

Sophie is a personal finance writer covering topics such as saving, investing, credit repair, and holistic financial wellness. Specifically, she’s interested in making wealth-building more accessible for all.
Quinisha is a freelance marketing consultant and writer based in California. She writes about topics on finance, careers, and diversity and inclusion, with bylines in the New York Times, Medium, and Business Insider.
Bani is a B2B freelance writer for brands like Klaviyo, Litmus, and Pipe and writes furtively (seriously, keys flying, coffee spilling) about the software world. She spends 50 hours a month with technology companies strategizing to scale operations, expand into new geographies, and fast-track sales. She specializes in long-form, research-intensive writing like whitepapers, ebooks, and exhaustive ultimate guides. What else? She plays chess and also developed her own tiny SaaS one time.
Rebecca Ki is a freelance copywriter and strategist based in Los Angeles. She writes about personal finance, technology, advertising, and diversity and inclusion. In her free time, she’s wondering if she counts as a millennial or gen Z.
Rebecca Lake has been writing about personal finance and business for nearly a decade. In addition to covering credit cards and investing for U.S. News, she's a regular contributor to and The Balance.Lake's other publication credits include a number of credit-focused personal finance sites, such as Credit Karma, Credit Sesame and CreditDonkey.
Jackie Lam is an L.A.-based financial writer whose clients include Fortune 500 companies and FinTech startups. Her work has appeared in Forbes, Business Insider, and GOOD. She is currently studying to be a financial coach (AFC®) to help artists and freelancers with their money. In her free time she blogs at
Melanie Lockert is the founder of the blog and author of the book, Dear Debt. Through her blog, she chronicled her journey out of $81,000 in student loan debt. Her work has appeared on Business Insider, Time, Huffington Post and more. She is also the co-founder of the Lola Retreat, which helps bold women face their fears, own their dreams and figure out a plan to be in control of their finances.
Choncé is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI) and freelance writer who loves to talk about everything personal finance. Her work has been featured in Business Insider, LendingTree, FoxBusiness, and more.
Marianna is a personal finance writer specializing in topics like credit repair, tax laws, and individual savings. She uses her professional knowledge and personal experiences to help others make informed financial decisions.

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