Cerentha Harris is an experienced executive with a long history of working in digital and print media. After graduating from Barnard College, she started her career as managing editor of the Political Science Quarterly in New York. From there she went to work at Martha Stewart Living and George Magazine, crafting lifestyle and political content. She moved to Australia in 1996 and took a job as a reporter at the Sydney Morning Herald, where she worked her way up to editor of the newspaper’s popular real estate section. She left the newspaper to run an interiors and architecture magazine before moving to Los Angeles, where she took a job at Herman Miller and transitioned into digital media. She launched Lifework — an online magazine that explored the intersection between design and work/life balance. In 2012, Cerentha took a new position at Whalerock where she launched and grew two successful digital brands over the course of five years, Mom.me and PurpleClover, and oversaw the celebrity website, Wonderwall. She joined Consumertrack in December of 2017 where she oversees a talented content team of 30 expert editors and writers as the Vice President, Content. The team’s hard work and dedication to creating quality personal finance content has seen a growth in traffic to GOBankingRates of over 200% YoY. Read more.