Catey Hill is a journalist whose work has appeared in/on The Wall Street Journal, SmartMoney, Worth, Seventeen, the New York Daily News, MarketWatch.com, Forbes.com, MSN.com, Yahoo.com, PBS’s NextAvenue.org, DailyWorth.com, LearnVest.com, and dozens of other publications and websites. She is also the host of the Money, Markets & More podcast, a production of The Wall Street Journal.
Catey has appeared as a personal finance and consumer expert on dozens of television programs, including “The Today Show,” “FOX & Friends,” “The Huckabee Show” on FOX and “CBS This Morning;” in a number of magazines, including Marie Claire, Allure, People, Seventeen, Cosmopolitan and Woman’s Day; and on more than 100 radio programs. She regularly appears on radio shows such as the nationally syndicated America’s First News with Gordon Deal, KRLD Dallas and KCBS Chicago, as well as on Wall Street Journal Live.
Currently, Catey is the special projects editor for The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch site, and she previously held positions as a style council member for David’s Bridal, a spokeswoman for budgeting site Mint.com, the money columnist for Seventeen magazine, the money and lifestyle editor for NYDailyNews.com, and a marketing manager for Forbes, Plum TV and USA Weekend. She has also written white papers and personal finance articles for various financial companies, including Wells Fargo, Prudential and MassMutual.
Catey’s first book “Shoo, Jimmy Choo! The Modern Girl’s Guide to Spending Less and Saving More” (Sterling, 2010) received significant critical praise: People dubbed it “one of the best of the new crop of personal finance books,” The New York Times called “solid” and The Associated Press said was “eye-opening.” She