Anya Kamenetz

staff writer, Fast Company Magazine

In 2004, financial speaker Anya Kamenetz broke new journalistic ground when the Village Voice nominated her for a Pulitzer Prize in feature writing for her work on the series "Generation Debt: The New Economics of Being Young." In January 2005, the series became a biweekly column and Kamenetz became one of the youngest columnists in the paper's history. Today, she reaches millions with her "Generation Debt" online column as a personal finance expert for Yahoo! Finance. She is also a staff writer for Fast Company magazine, where she recently took second prize in the Education Writers Association (EWA) 2009 National Awards for Education Reporting for her article “Who Needs Harvard?”

In 2004, financial speaker Anya Kamenetz broke new journalistic ground when the Village Voice nominated her for a Pulitzer Prize in feature writing for her work on the series "Generation Debt: The New Economics of Being Young." In January 2005, the series became a biweekly column and Kamenetz became one of the youngest columnists in the paper's history. Today, she reaches millions with her "Generation Debt" online column as a personal finance expert for Yahoo! Finance. She is also a staff writer for Fast Company magazine, where she recently took second prize in the Education Writers Association (EWA) 2009 National Awards for Education Reporting for her article “Who Needs Harvard?”

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