Amanda Gabriele

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Amanda's Bio:

Amanda Gabriele has been with Webster Bank for just over 1 year. She is currently the Customer Care Center Sales Support Manager. She graduated Cum Laude from Marist College with a B.A. in Communications. Amanda has over 10 years of experience in marketing, branding, and sales. For 5 years she worked at a leading promotional product supplier based in Philadelphia, PA where she was recognized as one of the top 10% of performers in the industry by an industry publication. She also owned her own full service marketing company where she designed and implemented elegant and functional ecommerce websites, logos, and branding materials for a range of clientele. agabriele@websterbank.com

Back to School – Maximize Style, Minimize Splurge

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It’s that time of year again.  A time of new beginnings, lots of homework, and waking up before dawn. But let’s not forget back-to-school budgeting. Economic forecasters predict that each student will end up spending somewhere around $600 on back to school items, which is mostly new clothing. I remember [...]

Top 5 Money Misconceptions

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When I was a teenager, I made a lot of assumptions about how money and credit work. After all, it’s not like there’s a checking account course in high school! Here are the five biggest money misconceptions that plagued me in my youth.   “Who Reads the Fine Print Anyway?” [...]

Uncomfortable Conversations with Your Parents – Let’s Talk About…Money

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I don’t know about you, but my teenage years were full of uncomfortable conversations with my parents. Time inevitably adds perspective to these conversations. It is easy to look back and see the value, but I distinctly remember finding these conversations tedious and awkward. I would have rather mowed the [...]

Prom on a Budget

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It’s prom season! In high school, I tried to pretend that I was not super-excited about prom…but I really was. It was an excuse to get all dressed up and go to a big party with my friends. I bought the dress, boutonnière, limo, shoes, etc. Along the way, I [...]

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