As creditworld has grown, so has the need for a writer to coordinate and deliver all the news, tips and reviews you have come to expect when you visit the site. Enter the newest permanent member of the team, Kalianna.
Kalianna is a trained journalist with a strong desire to help people take control of their finances, and a passion for a well constructed sentences delivering clear, concise and useful information. She has also been involved in her own battles with the big banks and knows exactly how it feels and what you need to get yourself out of it too.
Kalianna has degrees in Arts and Law as well as an internationally recognised journalism qualification. She also regularly reviews Sydneys best eateries for popular guides and is passionate about animal welfare, good organic food and music.
22nd May 2012
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