Carleton English started at TheStreet in April 2015 as a reporter covering banking and Wall Street before joining Premium Service as a writer and analyst in November of the same year.Expand

Previously she was a producer at CNBC, where she also wrote about economic issues for Before that, Carleton was a client associate at Laird Norton Wealth Management in Seattle. In addition to working with high-net-worth families on all aspects of their financial planning -- investment strategy, tax-planning and estate planning -- she also led financial literacy seminars for clients and young adults in the Seattle area.

Carleton earned a BA in International Affairs & Economic Development from George Washington University.Collapse

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