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Diana Bird Associate Editor

Diana Bird is an Associate Editor for Moneywise. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto in English Literature and Classical Civilizations as well as a Certification in Publishing from Toronto Metropolitan University. Prior to joining Moneywise, Diana worked for a non-profit organization that delivered training to financial supervisors in emerging and developing economies.

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