NINA HENDY | BUSINESS & FINANCE JOURNALIST
Journalism is all I’ve ever known. And all I ever wanted to do.
I landed a newspaper cadetship writing about real estate and then local news before moving into roles working for some of the largest regional newspapers in the nation covering crime, police, court, local news, sport, travel and everything in between.
I then spent five years working for a business magazine as a senior journalist in Melbourne, interviewing industry leaders and covering the cut and thrust of the business, marketing and advertising industries.
I committed to independence as a freelance journalist during the GFC, picking up a weekly gig writing business and media stories for The Sydney Morning Herald and a range of other business magazines.
I went on to work as a feature journalist writing for leading business luminaries for BRW magazine.
These days, I write regularly for The Financial Review about everything from superannuation, investing, property, banking, ESG, higher education, entrepreneurs, business and related topics.
I also write for a range of other publications regularly including The Urban Developer and The Age, and take on projects that utilise my journalism skills and experience. This includes writing native content for brands.
I’m a proud member of the Media Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA) and hold Freelance Pro membership, which represents the highest ethical standards in freelance journalism.
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