Annie Nova is a news associate on the personal finance team, covering cryptocurrencies, taxes and healthcare. Prior to CNBC, she was an editorial intern at MONEY. She reported in the South Bronx for two years for two local newspapers. Her work has also appeared on WNYC and in The New York Post.
Annie received her master's degree in business journalism from City University of New York in Manhattan and her undergraduate degree in literature at Hunter College.
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