Jennifer Gimbel is a managing editor at Finder, where she works on SEO initiatives to bolster the expertise of our writers, authority of our brand and trust of our readers. Jennifer is responsible for launching Finder's Editorial Review Board, within which experts across the lending, personal finance, legal and medical industries review our content for accuracy and trust. She is also a constant presence on Finder’s YouTube channel, where she has hosted videos on everything from how to do your taxes to credit card hacks. Before joining Finder, Jennifer spent over five years informing digital content strategy at Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media. She holds a BS in arts administration from Wagner College, as well as minors in economics and journalism.
- Personal finance literacy
- Editor and writer mentorship
- Fact-checking for accuracy
- Editing content for biases
- SEO and EAT best practices
- Edited hundreds of articles on loans, insurance, credit cards, debt consolidation and more
- Launched Finder’s Editorial Review Board of industry experts
- Earned over 31,000 views on her Finder YouTube video features
- Spearheaded debt-payoff series featuring inspiring stories of Americans who’ve paid off massive amounts of debt
- Manages branded content to ensure our writing remains editorially independent and always advocates for our readers
- Bachelor of Science in arts administration | Wagner College | 2006–2010
Industry insights from Jennifer Gimbel
We asked Jennifer to share how she approaches creating content that’s unbiased, accurate and meets readers where they are in their lives.
Why should readers care about Finder’s Editorial Review Board?
Our top mission at Finder is to empower Americans with the most up-to-date, relevant information to help you make informed financial decisions. The Editorial Review Board acts as an extra trust signal to reinforce the accuracy, credibility and authority of our articles. For content that covers regulatory information or especially complex topics, we rely on the combined 100 years of experience of our board members to ensure the content is as clear and accurate as possible. You can check to see if an article has been reviewed by our board by looking for the “reviewed by” badge and blue checkmark at the top of the page.
Is sponsored content that’s paid for by a brand really unbiased?
Yes! Even if one of our partners sponsored an article, this does not influence how we write about that product or service. Any content we create — sponsored or not — is based on our objective analysis of the product or service at hand. The editorial team is not involved with the revenue side of partnerships. Above all else, we’re committed to giving you fair, accurate and unbiased content to help you make the best financial decision for YOU — regardless of whether we make money from it.
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