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Catherine New

Senior Editor for Earnest. We’re building the modern bank for the next generation.

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Catherine is the senior editor at Earnest, where she works with national financial experts and innovators along with Earnest’s data science team, to tell stories about new-fashioned finance. Before joining Earnest, she worked at the automated investing service Betterment.

Prior to that, Catherine spent a decade in journalism with jobs at Associated Press, Wall Street Journal, and Huffington Post. She graduated from Stanford University and studied journalism at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Her passion is for consumer advocacy and empowerment through better information and technology.

You can read more from Earnest by visiting their blog here. 

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