Zack Guzman is an associate producer and staff writer for CNBC.com covering startups and the future of technology. Prior to this role, he worked on CNBC's "Power Lunch" and the network's assignment desk.
Before joining CNBC, Guzman was a sports broadcaster for Boston's WHRB-FM. He also anchored the award-winning satirical student-run news show On Harvard Time. Guzman has had articles featured on Entrepreneur, Yahoo, NBC, MSNBC, AOL and Christian Science Monitor, among others.
Guzman holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Harvard College, with a secondary concentration in Neurobiology and a Spanish citation.
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