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About Fidelity Interactive Content Services

Fidelity Interactive Content Services (FICS) was established to present users with objective news, information, data and guidance on personal finance topics drawn from a broad collection of sources.

The FICS team carefully chooses articles, video, infographics and other multimedia content from leading publishers including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Financial Times, Kiplinger's and Barron's. The team also features select articles from Fidelity Viewpoints® that provide the latest and best thinking from the firm's top investment strategists, money managers, economists and analysts.

With the markets more complex than ever, getting objective and timely information on investing ideas, retirement, personal finance and other topics can help make the difference when you're making important financial decisions. It's the FICS team's mission to help investors get that information when they need it.

Steve Radwell, Vice President, Editor-in-Chief

A business and financial writer and editor with more than three decades of experience, Steve joined Fidelity in 2007 as vice president and editor-in-chief to build and lead the FICS editorial team.

Before joining Fidelity, Steve was deputy managing editor at CNNMoney.com, one of the nation's leading business news websites, where he orchestrated content programming for the site and produced award-winning coverage of the sentencing of ex-WorldCom CEO Bernie Ebbers.

Earlier in his career, he wrote about the financial markets and personal investing, and he covered the 1987 market crash while at Reuters and the 2000 dot-com meltdown while at CNNMoney.com.

Steve's articles on business, personal finance and investing have appeared in dozens of national and international publications, including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, and on websites worldwide.

Outside work, Steve loves hiking with his wife and two children, traveling, cooking, composting, reading, and playing guitar in a jazz ensemble at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.

James C. Johnson, Senior Manager, Digital Media

James is a multimedia journalist with 15 years of experience producing print and online content for business and financial services professionals. He joined Fidelity in 2013 as Manager of Web Content Publishing for the FICS editorial team.

Prior to joining Fidelity, James spent three years at Institutional Investor magazine as a Web Editor. Earlier in his career, he covered the small-business beat and held editor positions at Success Magazine, CMP Media, The New York Times, and Black Enterprise Magazine, where he was part of a team that won a prestigious "Folio" award for Editorial Excellence.

Relying on his experience as a serial entrepreneur, James helped launch several online enterprises, including his own. In 2008, he founded Khris Media, a digital media production company.

When he's not producing content, James enjoys watching movies with his wife on Netflix — comedies, dramas, and the occasional thriller — but no horror flicks. He and his wife also love taking vacations with their two sons.

Tom Ziegler, Senior Editor

Tom is a veteran financial news editor with two decades of experience in the field. He joined the Fidelity team in 2017 and leads content curation for FICS.

Before joining Fidelity, Tom ran Fortune Magazine’s online breaking news desk, supervised CNNMoney’s evening news desk and served as an assignment editor for the Associated Press’s financial news unit.

At FICS, Tom reviews top investing and personal finance stories from leading business publications, screening content for appropriateness, relevance and usefulness to help current and potential Fidelity customers make better money decisions.

His love of reading extends far beyond the news cycle, and he tries to finish a book a week, with tastes that range from fine literature to pulp fiction and everything in between.

Olivia Erdman, Content Design and Production Lead

Olivia started with FICS in 2018, as a part of the production team. As a recent graduate of Lafayette College with a degree in Biology, this is her first experience in both the financial and editorial worlds.

Prior to Fidelity, she worked for a small vegan, nontoxic nail care company. She handled everything from shipping and inventory to social media to customer relations.

Olivia can be found at the yoga studio, on the ski slopes, or watching Netflix shows in her free time. She is a high school ski coach on the weekends in winter and hopes to work towards her yoga teaching certification soon.

Jo Temah Gabrielski, Consumer and Market Insights

Jo Temah Gabrielski is an integrated marketing communications leader with over 15 years of experience working at the intersection of marketing strategy, brand, consumer insights and analytics. Her career has been focused on translating consumer, buyer and market insights into effective initiatives for Fortune 500 companies.

Jo Temah currently leads measurement and analysis of audience engagement within the Fidelity Interactive Content Services team. Jo combines quantitative and qualitative data to develop and iterate a holistic digital approach, testing content effectiveness, strengthening current KPI's and evolving strategic impact goals.

Previously, she worked as Vice President within the New York City-based consumer practice of a global marketing, public relations and communications agency.

Jo Temah received her Master’s in Integrated Marketing Communications from Northwestern University and Bachelor’s in Communication from Temple University. She resides in New York City with her husband and daughter.

Kayla Herstic, Content Entry Specialist

Kayla joined FICS in 2019. Before joining Fidelity, Kayla worked as a social media and strategy intern for a nonprofit startup accelerator.

In 2019, Kayla graduated summa cum laude from CUNY Macaulay Honors College with a degree in Media Studies and Business.

In her free time, Kayla can be found singing at voice lessons, or trying out the latest skincare product.

Chloe Barteau, Content Entry Specialist

Chloe joined the FICS team in 2021. Prior to Fidelity, she was an Account Manager for a digital communications firm specializing in investor relations and corporate communications.

Chloe graduated from Binghamton University’s School of Management in 2018 with a degree in Business Administration and a concentration in Marketing. Her background in both the business and investing worlds gives Chloe a unique knowledge base to apply to her production work for FICS.

Outside of work, Chloe enjoys snowboarding, wakeboarding, going to the beach with friends and hiking with her dog.

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