Deborah Lynn Blumberg


About Deborah Lynn

Deborah Lynn Blumberg is a freelance writer and content marketer specializing in business and finance and health and wellness. She got her start at The Wall Street Journal, reporting on financial markets during the height of the credit crisis. From there, she worked in marketing and communications at J.P. Morgan. Now, she tells the stories of the people and companies changing our world for the better. Clients and publications include: The Washington Post, The Houston Chronicle, The New York Times T Brand Studio, J.P. Morgan, Mastercard, Stanford University, AAA, and the American Heart Association. She’s also working on her first book about how her great grandparents helped save a group of refugees from the Holocaust alongside a world leader, and building a collection of memorabilia from the New York City department store her family used to own: Gertz.


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