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The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) and the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) again are offering a one-day personal finance writers workshop in New York on Thursday, October 9 – before the start of the SABEW fall conference at CUNY.

This workshop is geared toward writers and bloggers, producers and editors, and broadcasters who are looking for innovative consumer finance stories they can deliver to their audience in compelling ways. We welcome journalists from all disciplines (lifestyle, features, investigative, general assignment, etc.) to this one-day informative event on personal finance issues.

The workshop will be held at Convene Times Square in midtown Manhattan.  

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Thursday, October 9 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
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Six journalists will discuss the hows, whys and whens of their award-winning pieces.

Blake Ellis- The Financial Obstacles of Same-Sex Couples.

Kelli B. Grant- Million Dollars Enough for Retirement?

Mandi Woodruff- Common Financial Mistakes Millenials Make

Charlie Wells- Emergence of Tap to Pay Technology

Tim Mullaney, Writer, CNBC - Outliers of Healthcare

Jean Young, Senior Research Analyst, Vanguard - Data Visualization


Farnoosh Torabi

Contributing Editor, Money Magazine
Farnoosh Torabi is a personal finance expert, bestselling author, TV personality, and sought-after speaker. Her mission is to help people take control of their finances so they can live their richest, happiest lives. She has personally coached a wide range of audiences, from college students, to couples, to executives at Fortune 500 firms. Farnoosh is a contributing editor at Money Magazine and frequent... Read More →


Blake Ellis

Personal Finance Writer, CNNMoney
Blake Ellis is a senior personal finance writer at CNNMoney.com in New York, where she covers everything from banking and taxes to debt and homelessness. Her writing about the financial complications of same-sex marriage earned her the Excellence in Personal Finance Reporting Award from the Radio Television Digital News Association and the National Endowment for Financial Education, as well as the first place Excellence in Online Journalism Award... Read More →

Kelli B. Grant

Consumer Reporter, CNBC.com
As the consumer reporter for CNBC.com, Kelli B. Grant writes articles that help people make the most of their money. Catch her on CNBC’s Power Lunch and Closing Bell discussing her stories and the news of the day. Her video series $ave Me—with actionable advice regarding saving money and spending it wisely—airs on CNBC.com and local NBC news affiliates. Before joining CNBC.com in 2013, Kelli was the senior consumer reporter... Read More →

Tim Mullaney

Writer, CNBC

Mandi Woodruff

Personal Finance Reporter, Yahoo! Finance
Mandi Woodruff is the personal finance correspondent for Yahoo Finance. She's been a reporter for more than seven years, with the majority of her career spent covering the ins and outs of personal finance for a national audience. She got her start in personal finance as an editor at Business Insider, where her work was regularly syndicated by Slate.com, the Fiscal Times, Christian Science Monitor, AOL.com and, of course, Yahoo Finance. These... Read More →

Jean Young

Senior Research Analyst, Vanguard Center for Retirement Research
Jean Young is a Senior Research Analyst at the Vanguard Center for Retirement Research.  The Center conducts and sponsors research on retirement savings and retirement benefits in the US.  Its work is designed to assist employers, consultants, policymakers and the media in understanding developments in the U.S. retirement system.  The Center conducts its own research on individual savings and investment behavior, and collaborates... Read More →

Thursday October 9, 2014 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Convene Times Square 810 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10019 23rd. Floor

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