Christine Marie Nielsen
Christine Marie Nielsen is journalist who currently serves as a contributing editor at Energy Transport Insider.
From April of 2012 to January of 2013, Nielsen was managing editor of the John Lothian News service. She joined the company in 2007 as a contractor and became an employee and senior editor/producer in 2009.
Nielsen worked as a full-time staff reporter for Dow Jones Newswires for eight years, covering Chicago futures exchange and economic news. She also was employed as a wire reporter for international news service Knight-Ridder Financial for just over three years. She's had stories in BusinessWeek Chicago and Dow Jones publications The Wall Street Journal and Barron's, in addition to newspapers all over the world thanks to a relationship between the Chicago wires and the Associated Press.
Her background includes work as an equity market analyst as well, and she's been quoted on the stock market by both WSJ.com and French wire service Agence France-Presse. She also did a stint for Business News Network as a trading floor-based reporter for a daily syndicated radio show about the markets.
Nielsen's reporting career began when she worked a community reporter for the daily newspaper the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Nielsen studied at Northwestern University for a master degree in Creative Nonfiction. She received an undergraduate degree in Journalism with an English minor from Marquette University and during that time also studied photography at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD).
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