Emily Delbridge



Insurance Technolgies

Personal Finance Tech



  • Emily has been writing about insurance, loans, and other personal finance topics for more than seven years
  • She has 13 years of experience as a licensed Personal Lines Insurance Agent
  • She received Property and Casualty Insurance License from the Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Services


Emily Delbridge has over 13 years of experience as a licensed Personal Lines Insurance Agent, and more than seven years of experience writing about insurance, loans, and other personal finance topics. She lends her finance know-how to Lifewire in the form of business-minded roundups like The Best Cell Phone Insurance Providers. She has significantly contributed to the book of business for Great Michigan Insurance, an independent agency, over the course of eight years.


Emily received her Property and Casualty Insurance License in February 2005 from the Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Services of Lansing, Michigan. Emily takes regular continuing education classes in insurance.

Other work:

  • The Best Social Media Marketing Books, The Balance Small Business
  • Stacked vs. Unstacked Auto Insurance: The Advantages (and Disadvantages), The Balance
  • The Best Career Books, The Balance Careers

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