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Jeanhee Kim

Jeanhee Kim

Specializes in personal finance, investing, mortgage rates, & mutual funds.

Jeanhee Kim is an editor and writer with versatility in long-form narratives, profiles, and thought pieces. As an experienced finance writer, she has written on topics such as personal finance, investing, savings/mortgage rates, and mutual funds. Her work has been published on several websites and publications such as Money Magazine and FamilyMoney.com. Jeanhee appeared regularly as a guest personal finance expert on Good Day New York. She also writes about business, real estate, entertainment, arts and culture, restaurants and hospitality, health, and fashion.

Finance Writing
Finance Content
Personal Finance Content
Investment Management Content
Content Writing
Profile Writing
Longform Content
Thought Leadership Content
Feature Writing
Lifestyle Writing
Business Writing
Newsletters
News Writing
Content Editing
Editorial Writing
Publishing
Magazine Writing
Journalism
Jeanhee Kim

Jeanhee Kim

Specializes in personal finance, investing, mortgage rates, & mutual funds.

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Employment Highlights

Editor & Writer

Independent

January 2020 - Present (1 year 8 months)

Assistant Managing Editor

Crain's New York Business

April 2016 - July 2019 (3 years 3 months)

Managing Editor

Office of Communications, NYU School of Law

January 2005 - April 2016 (11 years 3 months)

Director of FamilyMoney.com

Meredith Interactive Media

January 2000 - December 2001 (1 year 11 months)

2 More Entries

Education Highlights

BA (Hons), Comparative Literature

Dartmouth College

January 1990 - December 1990 (11 months)

Portfolio

Crain's New York Business

Hudson Yards Arts Center to Be Named the Bloomberg Building

Crain's New York Business

Crafting a Cashmere Business Powered by Immigrants

Crain's New York Business

A Former Trader Connects Young Professionals to Charitable Boards

Crain's New York Business

Hudson Yards Arts Center to Be Named the Bloomberg Building

Crain's New York Business

Crafting a Cashmere Business Powered by Immigrants

Crain's New York Business

A Former Trader Connects Young Professionals to Charitable Boards

Resume

Editor & Writer

Independent

January 2020 - Present (1 year 8 months)

  • Produced and edited long-form narratives, profiles, and thought pieces.
  • Wrote on topics such as personal finance, investing, savings/mortgage rates, and mutual funds.
  • Published on several websites and publications.
  • Created content about business, real estate, entertainment, arts and culture, restaurants and hospitality, health, and fashion.

Assistant Managing Editor

Crain's New York Business

April 2016 - July 2019 (3 years 3 months)

Crain's New York Business provides news, information, and connections on all facets of New York through the prism of business. 

  • Edited full range of digital and print content on a small staff producing a news website and weekly print magazine.
  • Focused on New York City-based businesses and businesspersons, particularly in real estate, entertainment, arts and culture, restaurants and hospitality, and small business.
  • Produced “40 Under 40,” “Most Powerful Women” and “Fast 50” features.
  • Edited weekly departments Gotham Gigs (photo-driven, short profiles of interesting New Yorkers), Asked & Answered (pointed Q&As with C-suite or equivalent executives, for- and not-for-profit), Spotlight (profiles of small and mid-size businesses at an interesting point in their growth).
  • Edited of-the-minute digital news stories with a team of editors and reporters.
  • Conceived and moderated events with an entertainment and arts and culture focus. With paid audience of over 350.

Managing Editor

Office of Communications, NYU School of Law

January 2005 - April 2016 (11 years 3 months)

  • Promoted the scholarship, news, and accomplishments of NYU Law faculty, alumni and students in multimedia, including digital (websites, e-newsletters, photo galleries, video, audio, livestreaming, social media) and print (magazines and brochures). 
  • Served as the homepage editor of law.nyu.edu.
  • Redesigned online magazine.
  • Overhauled 150-page marketing magazine into 80-page newsstand-worthy glossy with 70,000 circulation to recruit faculty and prospective students, raise profile among profession’s opinion makers.
  • Supervised both staff and freelance editors and writers; collaborated with designers and creative director.
  • Conceived and executed round-table discussions on high-impact, cutting-edge legal topics with distinguished guests; packaged the video content for web and print.

Director of FamilyMoney.com

Meredith Interactive Media

January 2000 - December 2001 (1 year 11 months)

  • Developed robust, dynamic, friendly personal finance website for Family Money magazine. Hired and managed staff, struck content partnerships, produced entirely within $200,000 budget.
  • Created strategic plan, editorial plan and design RFP.
  • Selected, hired design firm and staff, forged cooperation between designers and in-house tech team.
  • Struck no- and low-cost content partnerships for news ticker, stock quotes, savings/mortgage rates, mutual fund advice while retaining traffic. Saved $36,000 annually.
  • Wrote weekly e-newsletter. E-mail subscriptions increased 100% in first three months.
  • Appeared regularly as a guest personal finance expert on Good Day New York.

Senior Producer, ka-Ching.com

Oxygen Media

January 1999 - December 2000 (1 year 11 months)

Oxygen, a US digital cable and satellite television channel that is owned by Oxygen Media, LLC, a subsidiary of the NBCUniversal Cable division of NBCUniversal.

  • Launched ka-Ching, a personal finance, career, business, and family site for women. Launched in May 1999, ka-Ching was hailed by the New York Times as “clearly the strongest among the overall investment sites for women.” 
  • Edited, managed “Your Money,” “Your Family,” “Your Career” channels.
  • Developed concept, mission, site architecture, design, and editorial voice. 
  • Conceived and ran all editorial aspects of investing and relationship channels, including hiring writers, assigning and editing stories, and maintaining voice and tone.
  • Edited ka-Ching’s two most popular columnists.
  • Customized 18 interactive financial calculators.
  • Appeared as regular on-camera personal finance expert on Trackers (teens) and SheCommerce (shopping) programs on Oxygen Media cable network.

Writer & Reporter

Money Magazine

January 1993 - December 1999 (6 years 11 months)

Money Magazine provides advice about all aspects of people’s financial lives, including jobs, savings, investments, spending, real estate, and retirement.

  • Wrote and reported personal finance stories with a focus on Wall Street and analysis of companies and equity mutual funds. 
  • Reported and co-wrote annual “Best Places to Live in America,” “Companies with the Best Benefits.”
  • Wrote and reported Money.com magazine test launch cover story, “Buying a Home on the ‘Net.”
  • Appeared as guest expert on Good Day NY, Today in NY, America Talks, Before the Bell, various CNNfn, CNN, CNBC programs, live and taped.

Education

BA (Hons), Comparative Literature

Dartmouth College

January 1990 - December 1990 (11 months)