Kenneth Kiesnoski is an Associate Editor for CNBC.com's Financial Advisor Hub. He joined CNBC in September 2013.
Prior to CNBC, Kiesnoski was at Travel Weekly where he held positions including Editor for Destinations and Special Supplements and Senior Editor covering Europe and Mexico. He began his travel writing career at the former Leisure Travel News and also held various editing and writing positions at Computer Reseller News and InformationWeek's Bank Systems & Technology. He started his career in media and publishing as a copy editor with legal publisher Matthew Bender.
Kiesnoski graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Public Relations.
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