- Greg David
Greg David spent 33 years as an award-winning editor before becoming director of the Business & Economics Reporting Program at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in January 2010. He is most well known for his 23-year tenure as editor of Crain’s New York Business, the award winning regional business publication and website that covers the business, economic, and political issues of the nation’s most important city. His work at the J-School includes overseeing the business and economic curriculum, assisting on student recruitment and advising, helping to place students in internships and full-time jobs, and developing events and programs related to the program. He has taught courses on covering the economy, the New York City economy and business, and Wall Street. He continues to work as a journalist with a daily blog and weekly column in Crain’s New York Business and numerous speaking and media appearances. His book “Modern New York: The Life and Economics of a City” was published in the spring of 2012 by Palgrave Macmillan. The Economist called it “the fast-paced story of the fall and rise of New York.”
- Annalyn Censky
Annalyn Censky joined CNNMoney.com as a reporter in 2010, and has been covering the recovery from the Great Recession ever since. She writes about jobs, income inequality, Federal Reserve policy, and broader economic issues. Prior to joining CNNMoney, she served as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar in Prague, Czech Republic, studying Central European history. She earned her bachelor’s in journalism from the Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University, focusing on multimedia reporting.
- Stephen Gandel
Stephen Gandel, who has covered Wall Street and investing for over 15 years, is a senior editor at Fortune, and a regular contributor to its Term Sheet blog on Fortune.com. He joined Fortune from sister publication Time. He has also held positions at Money and Crain’s New York Business. Stephen is a four-time winner of the Henry R. Luce Award. His work has also been recognized by the National Association of Real Estate Editors, the New York State Society of CPAs, and the Association of Area Business Publications. He is a graduate of Washington University, and lives in Brooklyn.
- Sam Mamudi
Sam Mamudi has been a business journalist for 12 years and has written for, among others, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Barron’s, and Institutional Investor. He is currently a reporter at Bloomberg, covering issues relating to the structure of the U.S. capital markets. He lives in New York City.
- Matt Townsend
Matt Townsend joined Bloomberg News as a reporter in 2009 after graduating with the second class of the CUNY J-School in 2008. He covers the largest retailers and consumer-product companies in the world, names such as Wal-Mart and Nike. His work also appears in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and he’s contributed to Bloomberg’s television and radio outlets. Earlier in his career, he covered general news and sports for newspapers in Pittsburgh.