Nathalie Pierrepont graduated from Columbia University¿s Graduate School of Journalism with a master¿s in business and economic journalism in May. Prior to Columbia, Nathalie worked as analyst in Guggenheim Partners¿ investment advisory business. She is graduate of Brown University.
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