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Emma Patch joined Kiplinger in 2020. Born in London to two New Yorkers, Emma grew up in Connecticut and graduated from Middlebury College in February of 2020 with a degree in comparative literature. She previously interned for Kiplinger's Retirement Report and before that, for a small investment bank in New York City. She served as editor-at-large and features editor for Middlebury's student newspaper, The Campus, and speaks French, Spanish and Russian.
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