Amy Feldman - Bio
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Amy Feldman is an award-winning writer and journalist. She writes about business, health care, investing, law, real estate, regulation, taxes and urban development. Her work has appeared recently in Inc., Money, The New York Times and Time, among other publications. She also reviews books for Bloomsbury Review.

Before going freelance in March 2005, Amy was a senior writer at Money magazine, where she investigated corporate wrongdoing, analyzed the tax code and wrote about investing and personal finance. Before that, she was the Wall Street columnist for the New York Daily News; the real estate and urban development reporter for Crain's New York Business; and a staff writer for Forbes. She’s also reported from Jerusalem for Reuters and from Macon, Ga., for the Telegraph and News. She began her career at Inside Chicago, a start-up city magazine.

Amy received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism and her graduate degree from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, where she specialized in the Middle East and human rights.

Her work has been among the finalists for the National Magazine Awards and the Gerald Loeb Awards. She’s also been the winner of the ICI Education Foundation-American University Award. She has appeared regularly as a commentator on television and radio, and was recently part of a team that taught financial literacy to residents of a homeless shelter.

Amy lives in Manhattan with her dog Vicky, a Border Collie mutt. When she’s not writing, she’s running (she completed the New York City Marathon in 1999 and 2004) and traveling the globe.

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