Katherine Ross is TheStreet's video correspondent. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence where she focused on journalism.
She's previously worked with inmates at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, was ValuePenguin's Editorial Associate, and freelanced for a variety of sites.
She focuses on the general market. Her work has appeared on CBS Moneywatch among others.
Find her on Twitter @marKatRoss.
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