| Maria Aspan|
| Inc., American Banker, The New York Times|
Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Maria Aspan Wikipedia
Maria H. Aspan is an American journalist who is currently a senior editor at Inc.
Aspan began her career in journalism working for The New York Times in Paris and New York, where she wrote for the daily financial and cultural news pages, as well as for the Regional (Long Island, New Jersey, Westchester and Connecticut) weekly section.
In February 2008, Aspan left the Times to work for American Banker magazine, where she was initially a finance editor. Until May 2014, she was the national editor responsible for reporting on banks and industry strategy. Prior to her stint as national editor of American Banker, Aspan worked at Reuters covering credit cards and banking.
As a student at the Academy of Notre Dame de Namur, Aspan was a finalist in The Fountainhead Essay Contest, sponsored by the Ayn Rand Institute, in 1999.
Aspan is a 2004 alumni of Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.