Shindy Chen is a published author and contributes for the Huffington Post’s money, technology, and travel sections. She worked at CNBC and Bloomberg TV in London, and was a Vice President at Wachovia Bank (Wells Fargo). Shindy was on Mogul’s 2014 “35 Under 35” list for media accomplishments, and graduated with a B.A. in English and journalism from U.N.C.-Chapel Hill, an M.B.A. from Georgia State University, and a Master de Management from the Panthéon Sorbonne in Paris.
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