Head of Publishing and Editorial
Adrienne Fuller is the head of publishing at Finder. With a decade of experience creating guides in finance and education, she aims to deliver the accurate and transparent information she wishes she had when she made some of life’s important financial decisions. For the past three years, she has been the publisher of money transfers, helping readers save when they send money all over the globe. She earned a BA from Colorado College and loves to hike with her two Catahoula dogs around her home in San Diego.
“I’ve made good and bad financial decisions. And bringing that real-world experience is why the Finder staff is so great at creating empathetic guides for readers who want to improve their financial health.”
Public Relations Manager
Allan Givens is the PR Manager for Finder. He is graduate of the University of Connecticut where he majored in sociology and women studies. His previous experience in finance includes brokering loans for small business and optimizing finance content for top sites. Allan now focuses on researching financial trends occurring in the US to better disseminate more informed financial advice.
“When even the competition is complimenting and working with you, you’re doing something right. I take pride knowing our financial expertise doesn’t stop at our site, but goes beyond as resources at universities, industry sites and major news outlets.”
Writer, Travel and Shopping
Amy Stoltenberg writes about lifestyle and money for Finder, researching the best options for shopping, banking, insurance and authentic travel experiences. After studying writing and fashion at Savannah College of Art and Design, she worked designing apparel at a corporate behemoth before opting for a career with unlimited travel time. When her laptop’s closed, she can be found wandering the streets looking for happy hour and hole-in-the-wall eateries.
“I want to guide readers toward the choices that work best for them, so they can spend more time living their lives, and less time scrolling fruitlessly through the overwhelming black mass of the web.”