Hans Jasperson

Hans Jasperson

Lives In

Morris County, NJ


  • University of Utah


  • Spanish language
  • Consumer finance

Hans Jasperson is a fact checker and editor who has worked with several leading online publications. He has written and researched extensively on consumer products, personal finance, public policy, and more.   


  • Has over a decade of research and writing experience  
  • Has worked as a fact checker and editor since 2019  
  • Has researched and edited hundreds of articles for Investopedia, The Balance, Treehugger, and other publications 


Hans Jasperson has been delivering fact-based information and analysis to business leaders, policymakers, and consumers for over a decade. He has been a fact checker and editor since 2019, working to ensure the quality and reliability of content for several major publications.   

Hans previously served for four years as the director of public policy research for Management & Training Corporation, a company that contracts with government agencies to run correctional facilities and workforce training programs. There he conducted research and prepared policy briefs on criminal justice, education, and career training for the U.S. Congress, federal agencies, and policymakers in several states. Before joining MTC, Hans was a program director for Salt Lake Community Action Program, where he worked with low-income communities to advocate for policies and resources to address economic inequality. 


Hans received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish Language and Literature and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Utah. 

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