Hi there. My name is Ryan Derousseau (like the philosopher, just add a -de- in front of it). I’m a freelance journalist and writer who also enjoys the occasional funny or thought-provoking blog post.
I’ve spent the last nine years working for a variety of publications, including, most recently, a year-and-a-half as the Money Magazine senior reporter and social media editor. While there, my coverage focused on investing, financial planning, retirement and general personal finance subjects. I’ve worked at or written for a variety of publications, including Fortune, the Washington Post Co., Inc.com, Fastcompany.com, U.S. News & World Report and others. During that time, I’ve also run social media strategies for a variety of organizations, including areas of technology, personal finance and politics. I’m currently accepting new contracts and can be reached through this form.
I’m also a dedicated writer, working on my first novel The Office of Time Control, as well as various short stories that delve into the way we view our work-life, money and reputations and how this impacts our relationships, personality, values and well-being now and in the future. You can find out more about The Office of Time Control by checking out the website.
My wife and I live in Long Island City, NY with our 15 pound of fur, Wookie. When not writing, I’m constantly looking for interesting places to travel, new hobbies to undertake, a new beer to try, golfing and watching Kansas Jayhawks basketball or University of Texas football (it’s complicated).
If you want more information about my experience, you can find my LinkedIn page here.
You can follow my random thoughts and musings on Twitter @RyanDerous.
And if you’re interested in contacting me to hear more about my background or availability, then please follow this link: contact form.