WSJ hires Lam as personal finance bureau chief
The Wall Street Journal has hired Bourree Lam as its bureau chief of personal finance coverage.
She started on Monday.
Lam was most recently senior editor of work and money coverage at Refinery29, a leading digital publication for millennial women. She assigned and edited trending, service, and reported pieces on personal finance, career, and technology.
She also worked with UGC content for its popular “Money Diaries” series, which has received over 5 million unique views since 2016.
Lam also worked at The Atlantic as an associate editor for business coverage. While there, she wrote stories on economics, gender, diversity and inclusion, personal finance, the evolution of the office, retail, and the American workforce
She was also a blog editor for Freakonomics at The New York Times.