Our Team

Dan Kadlec, founder and editor

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Dan is a 30-year personal finance journalist. He is the founder and editor of Right About Money, an online platform that reports on the global effort to raise the financial literacy of individuals. As a senior writer at Time magazine, his personal finance column appeared regularly for more than a decade. He remains a Time contributor and his work also appears in Money magazine, among others. He is a past personal finance columnist for USA Today. Dan has three books and numerous other publishing credits that center on financial wellness. He has appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America and many other programs. As a Bank of Dad blogger for CBS and contributor to Time and Money, he pioneered major media coverage of financial literacy. He has been around the world reporting on and speaking about financial education.

Robert S. Anthony, contributor

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Robert S. Anthony is a veteran New York tech journalist who has been covering computers and online services since the mid-1980s when he was a newspaper reporter in Milwaukee. Since then he has worked as senior writer at PC Magazine and as a copy editor and tech writer for the New York Daily News. He’s now one of the top 250 Pinterest users in the world with 1.2 million followers for his tech board: Paper PC Picks – Best in Tech (www.paperpcpicks.com). Twitter: @newyorkbob

 

Susan Beacham, contributor

Susan Beacham is CEO of Money Savvy Generation, a financial education company whose mission is to help the next generation get smart about money. She is an award-winning education entrepreneur and nationally recognized kids and money expert.  She is co-author of the children’s book series, the Money Savvy Kids Club books, and O.M.G. Official Money Guide for Teenagers and O.M.G. Official Money Guide for College Students. Follow Susan’s advice at Susanbeacham.com.

Brian Page, contributor

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Brian Page is an award-winning high school personal finance teacher and a national leader in financial education. Money and CNN named him a “Money Hero.” He has been a working group member of the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability and served on the Ohio Department of Education financial literacy academic content team. Page was part of the review team for the Jump$tart national standards in K-12 personal finance education, and he has worked with the University of Pennsylvania Knowledge@Wharton High School and George Washington University’s Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center.

Latoya Scott, contributor

Latoya Scott is a free-lance writer focused on budgets and money. Her mission includes paying off $79,000 in student loans and aspiring other Millennials to hustle their way towards financial freedom. Her work has been featured on The Huffington Post, Rockstar Finance, and My Fab Finance.