Title: Finance Writer, Blog Manager, Editor
Expertise: personal finance, finance, saving, budgeting, loans
Education: BA in English and a minor in Editing from Brigham Young University
Kimber Severance is a writer and editor from Pennsylvania. While her roots remain in the forested hills of the East Coast, she has also lived for many years in the mountainous deserts of the West Coast. Severance has been an avid writer all her life, writing novels, short stories, poems, booklets, pamphlets, webpages, articles, social media posts, and more. She has a great love for words and all the ways they can inform, help, and inspire readers.
- 7+ years in the writing, and editing industries.
- 5+ years in the finance industry.
- 5+ years as a finance writer and researcher for the Cash Academy blog and Scryp Law blog.
- 3+ years as a manuscript editor and back ad copywriting.
Kimber Severance is a finance writer who uses her extensive financial research to advise and inform readers on the tips that the everyday person needs to know to be financially savvy. As a Finance Writer for the Cash Academy Blog, she uses her financial expertise to write helpful articles about personal finance, spending, budgeting, saving, investing, taxes, and more.
Her professional experience includes being an assistant editor and acquisitions editor for the Schwa Language and Linguistics Journal; an assistant editor for the Kennedy Center at BYU working on the Bridges Alumni Magazine; a content writer, copyeditor, and social media manager for the Latter-Day Insights Blog; a content manager, personal finance writer, and social media manager for the Cash Academy Blog; a content writer and editor at Scryp Financial; a copyeditor and back ad copywriter for Dorrance Publishing; and a copyeditor, substantive editor, copywriter, and writing tutor through By Kimber services.
Kimber Severance received her bachelor's degree in English with a minor in Editing at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Utah. During her time at BYU, she was involved in the English Department, the English Society Club, the Linguistics Department, and the International Studies Department.