A former Wall Street veteran turned reporter. Not afraid to ask the tough questions Freelance for Daily Mail and ABC News
I am a graduate of the Wharton School who worked on Wall Street for many years. I was one of the first female stockbrokers at Merrill Lynch. I successfully fought to end mandatory arbitration for Wall Street employment discrimination suits. After the stock market crash of 2008, I decided to become a reporter. Some of the stories that I have worked on include former President George W. Bush's reaction to the capture of Osama Bin Laden, the Snowden data breach, and the tangled finances of a congressional candidate who happened to be Chelsea Clinton's mother.