- Has more than two decades of experience writing about credit, small business, and finance
- Her stories have appeared on Yahoo!, NBCNews.com, Business Insider, and numerous other sites
- Has been interviewed in more than 3,500 news stories and answered over 10,000 credit questions online
Gerri Detweiler is the education director for Nav, which matches business owners to their best financing options and provides simple tools to build strong business credit.
Detweiler wrote for The Balance and The Balance Small Business between 2019 and 2020. She covered consumer credit topics.
In addition to the work she did for The Balance, Detweiler writes for the Nav blog, AllBusiness.com, and numerous small-business publications such as StartupNation.com, Landscape Business, and Home Business magazine. Her articles have been widely syndicated on websites including MSN and Forbes. She is the author or co-author of five books, including "Finance Your Own Business: Get on the Financing Fast Track."
Detweiler is frequently a guest on podcasts and is often interviewed by the news media for stories on credit, entrepreneurship, and financial topics. She has advocated for laws supporting transparency in financing and testified before Congress on consumer credit legislation.
Detweiler holds a bachelor’s degree in international business/political affairs from Taylor University. She earned her master’s degree in adult education/psychology from Vermont College at Norwich University.
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