Photo credit: Cronkite School of Journalism

Photo credit: Cronkite School of Journalism

Grace L. Williams

Grace L. Williams is a dynamic she scribe who'd rather #GeeLance than freelance. She has over a decade of experience in advertising and editorial in both print and digital media.

These days, Grace dabbles in editing, ghostwriting, native advertising and content for clients that include a financial services firm, Courageous Magazine and Bronx Community College. In addition, her byline can be found on the websites of Forbes, Today, Financial Planning, Financial Advisor IQ and Fox.

Prior to #GeeLancing, Grace spent a decade at Dow Jones, where she started as an assistant in the ad sales department and made the leap to editorial. It was here that she cast a wide net and ventured into small business, career, lifestyle and on-camera reporting for The Wall Street Journal. She also spent five years covering insider trading, the retail sector, and portfolio manager profiles for Barron's.

Grace is extremely passionate about personal and behavioral finance and consumer habits as they play into the changing landscape of storytelling. She is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and recipient of fellowships from the Wharton Seminars for Business Journalists and Donald W. Reynolds Center for Business Journalism.

Although raised in the wilds of northern Michigan, Grace spent nearly two decades in New York City before retreating slightly westward to Montclair, NJ with her husband and son, where they reside happily ever after.