Susan Antilla is a financial columnist who writes about securities regulation, issues affecting the average investor and about gender discrimination. She has written about business and finance for 30 years, authoring columns about Wall Street for USA Today, The Baltimore Sun, The New York Times, and Bloomberg. Antilla is author of “Tales From the Boom-Boom Room: The Landmark Legal Battles That Exposed Wall Street’s Shocking Culture of Sexual Harassment,” which was honored as “Best Book of the Year” by the Connecticut Press Club.
Antilla currently teaches journalism in the English department at Fairfield University and is a contributor to The New York Times DealBook, TheStreet.com and Investopedia.com. She has appeared on CNN, CNBC and Bloomberg Television, and has been interviewed on dozens of radio programs about investor protection issues and sexual harassment.
In 2013 and 2014, she won both the “Best in Business” journalism award for her Bloomberg View columns from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) and first prize for personal opinion writing from the Connecticut Press Club. The New York State Society of CPAs gave her the “Excellence in Journalism” award for her Bloomberg columns in 2013, and she was winner of the Society of the Silurians Excellence in Journalism Award in 2012 and 2013.
She has a masters degree in journalism from New York University, where she was an adjunct professor teaching investigative journalism, business profile writing and basic news writing in the graduate journalism program.
Antilla tweets from @antillaview.