From today, the woman will head the British Reuters news agency: Alessandra Galloni. This is the first time in the famous newspaper’s 170-year history. Rome-born Galloni, 47, will replace Stephen J. Adler, who will retire this month after leading the editorial team for a decade.
It’s an honor to be leading the best newsroom in the world! https://t.co/BoaNp7RWkG
– alessandra galloni (@aagalloni) April 13, 2021
Alessandra Galloni will be the first woman to head Reuters in its 170-year history. Rome-born Galloni, 47, will take over Stephen J. Adler, who has led Reuters since 2011, who will retire at the end of April. Notifications in a tweet. Graduated from Harvard University in 1995 with a master’s degree from the London School of Economics in 2002, Galloni speaks four languages and has worked at Reuters since 2013. Before that, she spent 13 years at the Wall Street Journal as reporter for London, Paris and Rome. He took over the helm of Reuters, which has a worldwide staff of about 2,450 journalists, in a challenging time. Since 2008, Reuters is part of Thomson Reuters Corp.
“Reuters appointed Galloni as head. I don’t think any Italian journalist (and any Italian journalist) ever held a similar responsibility at one of the top global media outlets. Congratulations. ! ” So Pd’s secretary Enrico Letta on twitter commented on the press agency’s direction given to the Italian journalist.
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