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Marcie Geffner is an award-winning content writer, reporter, editor and book reviewer. Her stories about real estate, banking, credit cards, computer security, health insurance, economics and small business have been featured by the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post,, Credit Karma, Bookmarks, Affordable Housing Finance, Apartment Finance Today, Entrepreneur and Urban Land, among other publications. Her content clients have included Anthem/Blue Cross, Mercy Hospital, Bank of Hawaii, Chase, Key Bank, PNC Bank, Figure and Opendoor.

Editors describe Marcie as “detail-driven,” “conscientious,” “smart,” “a wonderful writer,” “a delight to work with” and “incredibly versatile.” Her reporting has been lauded as “rock solid,” “spot-on relevant,” “informative,” “engaging,” “interesting,” “nuanced” and “of highest quality.”

Marcie's stories have been cited in seven nonfiction books and two U.S. Congressional hearings. She also edits nonfiction, memoir and fiction. She contributed more than a dozen nonfiction book reviews to Publishers Weekly and now reviews debut genre fiction for Kirkus Reviews.

Previously, Marcie was managing editor of Inman News, an independent real estate news website, and senior editor of California Real Estate magazine, the member publication of the California Association of Realtors. Before that, she worked in employee communications at California Federal Bank and in technical writing and corporate communications at Tekelec, a telecommunications test systems company. 

Marcie holds a bachelor’s degree in English with high honors from UCLA and an MBA from Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calif. At UCLA, she became a member of Phi Beta Kappa, an academic honor society.

A second-generation native of Los Angeles, Marcie now lives in Ventura, Calif, a beach city between Malibu and Santa Barbara, where she owns a split-level hillside home.

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