Business Journalists

Browse the directory of business journalists below. We found 179 business journalists listed.

Lisa Marie Cooper


A versatile writer with both a technical and marketing background, I've written a huge variety of content for various clients over the years. I excel at breaking down complicated concepts so anyone can understand them and vivid storytelling. My experience ranges from business proposals and press releases to social media and UI text. My article on the history of anime, written for, is the #1 google result for the topic and Right Stuf's top organic traffic generator. When a Gartner consultant reviewed the first press release I wrote for edge cloud service company Zenlayer, they said "I'd left nothing for them [the consultant] to improve on." I am an expert at mimicking styles and voices to follow company guidelines or ghostwrite interview responses for executives, and my engaging, light-hearted posts celebrating success increased Zenlayer's LinkedIn follower count by over 400% in just eighteen months.


Amanda Ronan

Writer, Editor, Educator, Coach, Friend

<strong>Amanda Ronan is an Austin-based writer. After many years as a teacher, she transitioned out of the classroom and into educational publishing. Amanda wrote and edited English, language arts, reading, and social studies content for grades K-12. In addition to writing video scripts, lessons, quizzes, and other teaching-related materials, Amanda began blogging about education. Now a full-time writer, Amanda uses her creative writing skills for all sorts of industries. She blogs, writes long-form articles, posts on social media, edits books, does content strategy, and coaches writers. In her spare time, Amanda writes books of her own. Her first YA series, <em>My Brother is a Robot</em>, was released by Scobre Educational Press in September 2015. Her professional book for educations, <em>A Fresh Look at Formative Assessment: 30 Simple ELA Ideas for Grades 3-5</em> was published in October 2016. Amanda also does a lot of ghostwriting in industries outside of education, including health, financial, and business. These clips aren't included here because of the nature of ghostwriting. However, if you like what you see and are interested in working with her, Amanda will happily provide references.</strong>

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Romy Ribitzky

Senior Digital Content Marketing Manager

Romy Ribitzky leads Credit Karma's editorial team for emerging verticals in Charlotte, Boston and NYC. When she isn’t helping people achieve financial progress, she’s most likely hanging out with her pup, enjoying the latest foodie craze with her friends or binge watching a new series on one of the multiple streaming networks.


Megan Hendrickson

Marketing Content and Communications Strategist

Cross-platform marketing and communications professional with 10 years of experience creating content and managing messaging for organizations and publications.

Sherri Huleatt

Copywriter & Account Director

I'm an energetic Marketing/Account Director who's passionate about copywriting, digital marketing, and brand storytelling. I have hands-on experience with everything from consumer research, to cross-channel campaigns, to navigating diverse stakeholder groups, and beyond. I love collaborating with awesome people to make creative ideas happen.


Kathleen J. Kiley

Journalist & Storyteller

I began my career on Wall Street, reporting on mergers and acquisitions and initial public offerings (IPOs) for Investment Dealers’ Digest. I've written for NPR, The New York Times and The Telegraph on subjects ranging from technology and education to capital market issues. I was part of a startup team of journalists that launched an industry news site for KPMG, the Insiders, positioning the global firm as a source of digital news, analysis, and thought leadership. The readership for this high-profile project consisted of C-level executives, academics, and government officials. We grew this organically to 100,000 subscribers.

Antony Dapiran

Writer, Photographer, Lawyer

Antony Dapiran is a Hong Kong-based writer, photographer and lawyer. He is the author of "City on Fire: The Fight for Hong Kong" (Scribe, 2020). Antony has written and presented extensively on Hong Kong and Chinese politics, culture and business, with his writing appearing in The Atlantic, New Statesman, Foreign Policy, and The Guardian, among many others. A fluent Mandarin speaker, he has resided between Hong Kong and Beijing for over twenty years.

Lindsay E. Mack


With over ten years of experience as a professional writer and editor, Lindsay enjoys helping others reach their communication goals. As a health writer for MakeUseOf, Lindsay crafts posts about the intersection of health and technology. She reviews apps, websites, and devices in pieces designed to help readers choose the best ways technology can improve their wellbeing. In her role as a columnist for St. Charles Avenue Magazine, Lindsay interviews social entrepreneurs and community leaders for her original column, Changemakers. In a previous role as a lifestyle blogger at Romper, she created over 2,000 original posts for the site, many of which included original reporting. She holds a BA in English and an MBA. Clever, empathetic writing with an eye for SEO is Lindsay’s trademark. Contact for rates and availability.


Leah Tierney

Specialising in business psychology, I write articles on topics related to marketing, workplace communication, customer research and current trends in online consumer behaviour.

Practitioner Member of the Association for Business Psychology (ABP), the leading professional body representing business psychology.