Reporter, Insurance Age
Cristina joined Insurance Age in 2021, after having received her master’s degree in broadcast journalism from City, University of London.
She moved to the UK in 2019 from Bucharest, Romania, where she used to work as a reporter for a national newspaper, covering breaking news, politics, and current affairs, and as a translator at a national radio station.
In her free time, Cristina likes to read fantasy novels and study foreign languages, having also worked as an English and French teacher for a Japanese language platform.
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