Annabelle Williams was a journalist and columnist at The Times. She writes about social policy, housing, economics, finance, feminism and millennial culture. She is also interested in psychology and the environment. Annabelle's work has taken her around the world and some of the places she has reported from include Ghana, Dubai, Boston, Brussels, Milan and Antigua. She has appeared on television, radio and as a speaker and chair at events.
Annabelle is well known for her passion towards women’s finances and has written extensively about the unique challenges that women face. She is a confident public speaker and has appeared on live TV, radio, and panel debates. She has been on Sky News and BBC radio, spoken in the House of Lords about women's pensions on behalf of the Fawcett Society and frequently sits on expert panels alongside representatives from PwC, Santander, Deloitte, Monzo and Starling Bank. Prior to working at The Times, she was Deputy Money Editor at City AM, and also spent six years as a financial journalist on specialist publications and has held senior editorial roles including News Editor and Features Editor.
She is also interested in intergenerational equality and is on the research steering committee of the Resolution Foundation, a think tank focused on improving the lives of low and middle-income people.
Her first book, Why Women Are Poorer Than Men and What We Can Do About It, was published by Michael Joseph in 2021.