Cindy Skrzycki is a Worldview correspondent for GlobalPost and has been a business writer and columnist for 30 years.
Most recently, she worked as a regulatory columnist for Bloomberg News where her work appeared weekly on Bloomberg.com as well as in more than 300 print publications, including the Washington Post.
Before joining Bloomberg in 2005, Skrzycki was a business reporter for 18 years at the Washington Post, specializing in management and technology issues. In 1993, she launched a weekly column, “The Regulators,” which examines the gritty work of Washington regulation.
Before joining The Post, she was an associate business editor at U.S. News & World Report, specializing in transportation issues, and a Washington correspondent for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, where she covered the gamut of business issues. She also worked in the Washington Bureau of the Fairchild News Service, covering the steel industry, and was a business writer for the Buffalo News.
Born in Buffalo, NY, she is an honors graduate of Canisius College where she was editor of the student newspaper, The Griffin. She is member of the DiGamma Honor Society. She is a member of the Board of Trustees of Canisius College. She also holds an MA in public affairs and journalism from the American University, Washington, D.C.
She is the author of a book called "The Regulators: The Anonymous Power Brokers Who Shape Your Life." She is a senior lecturer in the English Department at the University of Pittsburgh and a member and past chairman of the Pitt News Advisory Board.