Editorial guidelines

At Ramp, we’re dedicated to helping businesses of all sizes reach their full potential. Our editorial content reflects this mission by providing finance leaders with accurate, actionable, and authoritative content. 

Ramp arms you with the information you need to make informed decision-making, no matter where you are in your business journey.  

Ramp’s editorial vision

Our editorial team is dedicated to publishing informative content that offers the tools, strategies, and perspectives that finance leaders need to run their books and businesses as efficiently and intelligently as possible. We ensure that our content meets and maintains our high standards via the following north star objectives: 

Accurate: We adhere to a rigorous fact-checking process that includes regular content refreshes to make sure our information is both relevant and up-to-date. 

Authoritative: We regularly speak with finance subject matter experts to ensure that our content is deep, thoughtful, and original.  

Actionable: We place an emphasis on creating assets that highlight practical tips and frameworks, providing our readers with information that is actionable, not just theoretical. 

Meet the editorial team 

Fiona Lee: Fiona Lee is the Head of Content at Ramp. She brings over a decade of editorial experience developing high-quality B2B content. Prior to Ramp, she led content teams at companies large and small, including Google and Intercom, where she developed a strong interest in small businesses growth topics. Fiona graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

Stefanie Gordon: Stefanie Gordon is the Senior Content Marketing Manager at Ramp. Prior to Ramp, she worked as a content strategist at two digital marketing agencies, iQuanti and Aurora Marketing, and as a finance reporter at Institutional Investor, where she covered everything from options to pension funds. Stefanie graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in English and a concentration in Journalism and later earned an MA in Education from NYU. 


Meet our top contributors 

Eric Glyman: Eric is the co-founder and CEO of Ramp. He previously co-founded Paribus, a digital tool that automates price protection and shipping guarantees at online retailers (acq. in 2016 by Capital One). Eric is an active New York-based angel investor. He graduated from Harvard with a BA in Economics and East Asian Studies, and was raised in Las Vegas.

Karim Atiyeh: Karim is the CTO and Co-Founder of Ramp. A Lebanese entrepreneur, Karim previously built and sold Y Combinator-backed Paribus to Capital One in 2016. 

Alex Song: Alex is the Head of Finance and Capital Markets at Ramp. Prior to joining Ramp in 2020, he spent more than a decade as a private credit and structured credit investor in the hedge fund industry, working at firms including Sculptor Capital Management, Crayhill Capital Management, Bain Capital, and Morgan Stanley. Alex holds two degrees from Stanford, in Biomechanical Engineering and in Economics. He also holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School. Alex is a CFA charterholder.

Edwine Alphonse: Edwine is Financial Controller at Ramp. Born and raised in Haiti, Edwine has lived in Canada, France, Grand Cayman, and currently resides in Boston with her family. She is a CPA and has had many leadership roles at EY, PwC, and Circle. She joined Ramp in March 2021 as our first controller.

Asher Kaplan: Asher is Head of Growth Finance & Head of FP&A at Ramp. He has led finance, capital markets, and operations at a number of companies, including Earnin and CommonBond. He holds an MBA from The Wharton School and a BA from Colgate University (Roll Gate!)

Geoff Charles: Geoff is VP of Product at Ramp. He has been building financial services for over 10 years, ranging from management consulting at Oliver Wyman to product development at LendUp, Nomis Solutions, and Mission Lane.

Kimia Hamidi: Kimia is Head of Savings at Ramp. Kimia currently leads Ramp's negotiation product team and is a serial entrepreneur who previously exited two other companies, Buyer.co and Ghostit Content.