Michelle Hutchison, Global Head of PR & Money Expert at finder.com.au
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I want to stop people paying too much in fees and putting up with outrageous rates. I want to teach and empower Australians – to let them know that there is better out there and you can find it with finder.com.au.
Michelle Hutchison is finder.com.au's resident Money Expert, talking all things finance and helping Australians learn how to save money. Michelle heads up finder.com.au’s PR team with Justin Toladro and Kelly Vieira and is the company Spokesperson.
With more than four years’ experience in the financial services and online comparison industries, Michelle is a big advocate of comparing financial products and has made it her mission to help more Australians find better.
After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree from Macquarie University, majoring in media, Michelle began her career as a journalist in the newsrooms of radio stations 2GO and Sea FM as well as television news Channel Nine’s NBN News on the NSW Central Coast. She also worked in other media outlets including newspaper and magazine, climbing quickly to become Editor of Property Australia magazine before switching to public relations.
Michelle has worked in public relations since 2009 and with her well-rounded journalist background, she consistently and proactively delivers the finder.com.au brand promise to Australians.
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