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What are the pros and cons of the financial service industry? Ana Gonzalez Ribeiro will also focus on what we can do to prevent falling into the hands of an unscrupulous financial advisor and how to get help managing our personal finances when we can’t afford their services.
Ana Gonzalez Ribeiro, MBA is a personal finance and business writer based in New York City.
She’s published articles in The Hispanic Outlook on Higher Education, New Mexico Woman, Geico Direct Magazine, Whakate.com, Spotlight on Recovery Magazine and Girlfriendz Magazine and was a regular contributing finance writer specializing in business related issues for Alaska Business Monthly, She’s worked for The Volunteer Center of United Way Westchester as a writer for the Youth Volunteer Guidebook and was a volunteer translator and writer for the College Forward “The Loop” Newsletter. She is also a grant writer for Kingsbridge Heights Community Center.
Ana worked as a finance writer for Mint.com, Investopedia.com and Bankrate.com and served as a bank news reporter for Savingsaccount.com. She also wrote for Journelism.org where she did a series about Hispanic Entrepreneurs and a blog about the educational tools and resources Latino students and emerging entrepreneurs need to achieve their dreams.
Her informative articles have been published in various news outlets and websites including Huffington Post, Fidelity, Fox Business News, Yahoo Finance and MSN. She was featured on WIBC Indy’s News 93.1 FM radio, Blog Talk Radio and interviewed in Channel 41’s Univision morning news program, “Al Despertar”. Ana is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and Founder of the Life, Health and Money website www.Ace the Journey.com. Twitter: @acethejourney
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