NerdWallet’s Hubbard returning to LA Times
Amy Hubbard, the lead assigning editor for banking coverage at NerdWallet, is leaving the personal finance website and returning to the Los Angeles Times.
Her last day at NerdWallet, where she has been since May 2015, will be Nov. 16. She was also an assigning editor on the small business team while there.
At the Times, Hubbard will be a multiplatform editor on the breaking news desk.
“Loved my time at NerdWallet,” she said in an email. “Each of these publications has a clear mission that I can really feel good about.”
Hubbard was at the Times for 22 years. She spent her last several years there as SEO chief/editorial, and then senior editor/digital/metro. She’s also been a copy chief, assistant copy chief and copy editor at the Times. During her tenure, she was named copy editor of the year and, as SEO chief, innovator of the year.
She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri.