Elizabeth Gurdus is a digital producer for CNBC's "Mad Money" with Jim Cramer.
Prior to joining CNBC as a News Associate in September 2016, she held internships at WABC, CNN.com, the Observer, and Vice News, covering a range of fields including local news, politics, and commentary.
Gurdus graduated from NYU in May 2016 with a dual Bachelor's degree in journalism and dramatic literature.
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