Carleton English is a New York-based financial journalist covering hedge funds and other Wall Street shenanigans for The New York Post. Prior to that she was a writer and analyst for TheStreet.com and a producer at CNBC.
She began her diverse finance career as a credit and pricing analyst with LEAF Commercial Capital in her native Philadelphia. Three thousand miles later, she found her passion for financial education when she started working for Laird Norton Tyee in Seattle (now Laird Norton Wealth Management) as a Client Service Associate. In addition to assisting high-net worth families with their financial planning needs, Carleton also developed a financial literacy curriculum for Laird Norton clients that was also used in Seattle public schools.
Carleton is a graduate of George Washington University, where she studied International Development and Anthropology. She spent a semester in Buenos Aires, where her love affair with Latin American literature and tango dancing began.
Outside of work, Carleton can be found searching for the best cheesy carbs in NYC and sipping whiskey.
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