- More than two decades of experience writing about personal finance, small business, and more
- Bylines include Forbes, ABC News, The New York Times, and several other well-known media outlets
- Besides encouraging people to spend money wisely, she loves to travel
Sheryl Nance-Nash has spent more than two decades writing on personal finance, small business, and more recently, over the last five years, travel and lifestyle topics.
She began her career at the National Law Journal, the New York Law Journal, California Law Business, Money, and Fortune Small Business Magazines before launching her freelance career.
Her business/personal finance articles have appeared in Money Magazine, Forbes.com, ABCNews.com, The New York Times, Newsday, among others. Her travel work has been featured on CNTraveler, Newsweek.com, Daily Beast, ShermansTravel, Orbitz, Fodors, Afar.com, Global Traveler, among others.
When Sheryl is not encouraging people to spend their money wisely, she travels the globe to satisfy her wanderlust. She shares her adventures and hopes to inspire others to live their best lives. She is currently WFA (working from anywhere) during the pandemic and enjoying spending time in Jamaica.
Nance-Nash received her bachelor's of arts degree from San Francisco State University.