Patty Kujawa


Patty is a veteran writer and reporter who has covered federal, state, and local governments, reporting on budgets, regulations, and legislation. Most recently, she has covered ERISA law issues and other topics related to employee benefits and executive compensation for Pensions & Investments and Workforce magazines.

Education and credentials:

B.A. in English, government, St. Lawrence University; M.S. in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

Areas of expertise:

  • Defined contribution/defined benefit plan design
  • Financial well-being trends
  • Institutional investment issues
  • Legislative and regulatory developments for ERISA plans
  • Developing a strong source base

Favorite things:

Tennis, winning at tennis, hanging with friends after tennis; rooting for the University of Rochester’s women’s field hockey team; knowing when to use I and me; fires—inside and outside; planning the next travel adventure with my husband and kids. Having served eight years on my village board as trustee, I’m a political junkie, too.


“I love explaining things in a way that make money matters easy to understand so people can feel confident about making financial decisions—be it for a workforce or for personal benefit.”