Andrea Woroch is a nationally-recognized consumer and money-saving expert who is passionate about helping people find simple solutions to various financial woes while influencing healthier spending and saving habits. With a finger on the pulse of American consumerism, Andrea dissects savings trends for the media encompassing everything from everyday purchases to travel, medical expenses and more.

As a sought-after media source and national news contributor, Andrea has shared her personal finance and savvy shopping advice with  hundreds of regional and national outlets including Today, Good Morning America, ABC World News with David Muir, CNNDr. Oz, FOX & Friends, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, Consumer Reports, Reader’s Digest, Forbes.com and many more. When Andrea isn’t sharing money-saving strategies in front of the camera, she is busy behind the scenes writing about it. Her articles have been published among top outlets like AOL’s Daily Finance, LearnVest and CNN.com.  Andrea is also a regular contributor to New York Daily News “Dollar Stretcher” and ClarkHoward.com

When not analyzing consumer behavior or helping people save money, you’ll find Andrea mountain biking, skiing or cuddling with her Gooldendoodle, Bauer. A New York native, Andrea now calls California home but gets the best of both coasts with frequent trips to the Big Apple for media interviews.

To book an interview or to request an article for your website, please email Andrea at andrea [at] andreaworoch.com. Watch Andrea’s Demo Reel.

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KTLA: What to Buy and What to Skip in September

With Labor Day behind us, what are some of the best and worst buys in September? Andrea offers her suggestions to the KTLA morning crew.

PIX 11: Back-to-School Savings Tricks

To help teens, tweens, parents and college students save on back-to-school, Andrea offers her top savings tricks to PIX 11’s Morning News team.

FOX & Friends: Late-Season Deals for Back-to-School

According to the National Retail Federation, half of parents haven’t started back-to-school shopping for their kids. It turns out this may be a smart move as retailers start slashing prices on school supplies, summer clothing, backpacks and other essentials.