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Gary Belsky is editor in chief of ESPN magazine, where he has worked since 1998. An adjunct professor of journalism at New York University, he is the author of several books. He also lectures frequently on the psychology of decision-making to business and consumer groups around the world.
From 1994 through 1998, Mr. Belsky was a regular commentator on CNN's Your Money and a frequent contributor to Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, Crossfire, and Oprah. He continues to appear on local and national radio and TV, commenting on sports, economics, business, and personal finance.
A St. Louis, Missouri native, Gary Belsky graduated from the University of Missouri in 1983 with a BA in speech communication and political science. He now serves on the Leadership Council of the Pierre Laclede Honors College at the University.
Before joining ESPN, Gary Belsky was a writer for Money magazine and a reporter for Crain's New York Business and St. Louis Business Journal. In 1990, he won the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism. He now resides in Manhattan and serves on the board of directors of Urban Pathways--one of New York City's largest providers of services to the homeless and mentally ill, as well as the New York Neo-Futurists, an East Village theater company.
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- Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes (2010)
- 23 Ways To Get To First Base: The ESPN Sports Uncyclopedia
- Should You Really be A Lawyer? The Guide to Smart Career Choices Before, During & After Law School
- ESPN The Magazine Presents ANSWER GUY: Extinguishing the Burning Questions of Sports with the Water Bucket of Truth
- Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes--And How To Correct Them: Lessons From The New Science of Behavioral Economics
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