CONTRIBUTORS

Our team of experienced contributors provide the information and tips business owners need to make smart financial decisions.

Liz Alton

Liz Alton is a freelance B2B writer and content strategist based in Boston. Her work on finance, technology and marketing focuses on helping small and mid-size business owners make smarter strategic decisions. She’s written for national brands including Google, Twitter, Adobe, IBM, Oracle, Hewlett Packard, CenturyLink and many others.

Nancy Mann Jackson is an award-winning journalist and content marketing writer who specializes in writing about finance, real estate, healthcare, small business and human resources. Her work appears in publications including CNBC.com, Fortune.com, Entrepreneur, Working Mother, CNNMoney.com, and DailyWorth, and she writes for brands including HSBC Bank, Capital One, Glassdoor, Oracle, ADP, Cintas, Staples, American Express, Acorns, Hospital Corporation of America and a number of others.

Gene Marks writes every day on business, politics and public policy for the Washington Post, and weekly on tech, management and cash flow strategies for Forbes, Inc. Magazine, and Entrepreneur. Gene has written 5 books on business management, specifically geared toward small- and medium-sized companies, including his most recent, “In God We Trust, Everyone Else Pays Cash.” Nationally, Gene frequently appears on Fox News, MSNBC and CNBC discussing matters affecting the business community. He helps business owners, executives and managers understand the political, economic and technological trends that will affect their companies and the actions they can take to continue to grow and profit. Gene owns and operates the Marks Group PC, a 10-person firm that provides technology and consulting services to small- and medium-sized businesses. Prior to starting his business, Gene, a CPA, spent nine years at international consulting firm KPMG in Philadelphia as a senior manager.

David Rodeck is a financial writer based out of Delaware. Before writing full-time, he worked as a financial planner and passed the CFP exam. He specializes in making lending, taxation and small business planning understandable.

Sonya Stinson is a New Orleans-based writer who covers business and personal finance, small business management, careers, higher education and lifestyle topics. Her work has appeared in Forbes.com, Entrepreneur, Bankrate.com, CNNMoney.com and other publications.

Richard F. Stolz is a freelance writer (stolzcommunications.com) based in Rockville, Maryland. He has been writing for business and consumer audiences for more than 30 years, focusing on financial, labor and healthcare topics. Richard has also held management and top editing positions with business-to-business media companies.

Stephanie Vozza is an experienced writer who specializes in small business, finance, HR, retail and real estate. She has been a regular columnist for FastCompany.com for more than three years, earning some of the site’s highest page views. Her byline has also appeared in Inc., Entrepreneur and Parade, and she has written for companies that include LinkedIn, Staples, Hewlett Packard Enterprises, Capital Impact and Century 21. She was recently named one of the top business writers by HubSpot. Stephanie is also the founder of The Organized Parent, a website that offers product and tips to streamline family life; she sold the company to FranklinCovey in 2011.

Tiffany C. Wright delivers creative solutions to the issues small and medium businesses face through her firm, The Resourceful CEO. She’s the author of two books, “The Funding Is Out There! Access the Cash You Need to Impact Your Business” and “Solving the Financial Equation: Financing Solutions for Small Businesses.” She’s helped small and medium companies obtain over $45 million in financing and a similar sum in contracts and purchase orders. She has over 18 years of strategy, operations, finance and general management experience in a variety of industries including software/IT, business services and manufacturing. She’s worked internationally including nearly three years in Asia and has visited 34 countries on five continents. She’s held several corporate positions at Siebel Systems, Enron, and Honda. She received her MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.