Cara Newman is the former Editor of Young Money magazine, YoungMoney.com, YoungMoneyTalks.com, and FindaCollegeScholarship.com. She has published six books and dozens of articles. Her writing has been featured in The San Francisco Bay Guardian, Salon.com, the McClathy-Tribune, and more. Cara's background in journalism lets her easily communicate with any age group; she is a trusted source of information when it comes to financial matters concerning teenagers and young adults. In 1995, she graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in Mass Communications. Since 2000, she has worked as an editor and a writer, publishing dozens of stories and articles, as well as six other books. Her writing has been featured in The San Francisco Bay Guardian, Salon.com, the McClathy-Tribune, and more. Cara has been featured on over two dozen radio programs, "Good Morning Atlanta" and San Francisco's KGO 6 o'clock news. As the Editor of Young Money, Cara often speaks at financial empowerment conferences for young adults. Cara worked hand-in-hand with PBS on their program, "Your Life, Your Money," creating content to accompany their program. YOUNG MONEY® was launched in 1999 to change the way young adults earn, manage, invest and spend money. As a leading national money, business and lifestyle magazine written primarily by student journalists, YOUNG MONEY specifically focuses on personal finance, money management, entrepreneurship, careers, and investing. YoungMoney.com is the leading young adult personal finance website and an original member of JumpStart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy.