Jenna Goudreau is a VP and managing editor of CNBC Digital, working to build and strengthen the brand's popular, consumer-friendly money content. She oversees the company's new website, CNBC Make It, which aims to help young people get smarter about how they earn, save and spend their money.
Prior to joining CNBC in May 2016, she was the deputy editor of Business Insider, where she managed the Strategy, Careers, and Your Money sections, as well as the lists and syndication teams.
Previously, she was an associate editor at Entrepreneur.com and a staff leadership reporter at Forbes, where she assistant edited the annual list of the World's 100 Most Powerful Women and helped launch and grow ForbesWoman.com, an online channel for professional women.
Jenna graduated summa cum laude from New York University with a bachelor's degree in journalism and sociology, and was honored with a best in business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) in 2012.
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