Sheyna Steiner is an investing analyst/writer for Bankrate.com Before joining Bankrate, Sheyna Steiner worked as a customer service representative in a brokerage, an assistant in an actuarial office, a writer's assistant and as an inattentive receptionist on several separate occasions.
She joined Bankrate in April 2006 as an editorial assistant. After two years she was promoted to staff writer, working primarily on investing and retirement beats. In addition to writing articles, Sheyna blogs about investing and CDs.
Her favorite topics include socially responsible investing and anything about consumers being ripped off by the man -- and how they can fight back.
In her role as investing analyst/writer, Sheyna is known for making complicated investment and personal finance topics accessible for everyone. She has been interviewed by The Palm Beach Post, Fox Business and CNN.
In 2011, Sheyna was part of a team that won a prestigious journalism award -- a Best in Business award from the Society of the American Business Editors and Writers for coverage of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law. In 2007, she was part of a team that won the Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalists for the coverage of the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee's cut to short-term interest rates in September 2007 and the impact it had on consumers.
Sheyna is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, N.Y.
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