Jim Pavia is the Money Editor at CNBC digital, overseeing two key pillars, the Financial Advisory Hub and Personal Finance.
Pavia, an award-winning journalist, was formerly the editor/editorial director of InvestmentNews where he worked for 10 years.
In 2014, he was the recipient of the Malcolm S. Forbes Public Awareness Award for Excellence in Advancing Financial Understanding Among the Public. He has won several awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors, including five for Editorial Excellence in Editorial writing.
Pavia has also worked at the New York Daily News and The National Sports Daily. He got his start as a sports reporter at the Staten Island Advance in 1982.
When not thinking or talking about long-term financial planning, Pavia is focused on the NY Rangers. He is still waiting for another Stanley Cup to get hoisted at Madison Square Garden.
Follow him on Twitter@jimpavia.
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