Shari Weiss is an editor for AutoInsurance.com. She thoroughly reviews articles for clarity, consistency, and accuracy, ensuring the information presented is clear and provides value to those searching for auto insurance and to drivers nationwide. This content includes information on insurance policies and driving laws, as well as notable statistics. In addition, Shari edits for business.com, Business News Daily, and CordCutting.com. Across all four properties, she has edited hundreds of articles, conceptualized story ideas, and written articles herself.
Shari’s learned a great deal about auto insurance while editing dozens and dozens of articles for AutoInsurance.com. Her favorite tip is to be aware of the factors that affect car insurance rates. People are always surprised to learn that their marital status and gender can influence how much their premiums are. Other criteria to be cognizant of include your credit score, ZIP code, and whether you’re a homeowner.
While working as an editor for Centerfield, which owns AutoInsurance.com, Shari has written for several of the company’s properties.
Shari’s passion for journalism began when she was a child, and she started her freelance career at Newsday while still in high school. She has a degree in journalism from Northwestern University, where she was a writer and editor for The Daily Northwestern.
Following graduation, Shari spent nearly a decade working in entertainment journalism, including at the New York Daily News. At Gossip Cop, a website committed to providing accurate celebrity news, Shari oversaw day-to-day editorial coverage, assigned and edited staff articles, and fact-checked other outlets’ reporting. She later transitioned her focus to communications, writing and editing internal and external content for The N2 Company and The Inspiration Lab. A portfolio of her written work is available on Authory.