Sarah Berger is a staff writer for LendingTree, based in New York City. Sarah is passionate about helping young adults take control of their financial futures, serving as LendingTree’s resident expert on the unique personal finances challenges and opportunities facing millennials.
C, covering entrepreneurship and personal finance for CNBC’s millennial-focused vertical, Make It. At CNBC, Sarah focused on topics relevant to the millennial demographic, helping its audience become smarter about how they earn, save and spend money. Sarah also worked as a reporter for Bankrate, where she helped launch the c for Bankrate, where she helped launch the company’s millennial money blog, the Cashlorette. She has been quoted as an expert source on personal finance topics for publications including the New York Times, USA Today, Cheddar and more.
Sarah graduated from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in business.
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