- Veteran journalist who once clerked on the New York Stock Exchange and edited and reported for Bloomberg News
- Former news editor at The Balance
- Freelancer for outlets including the Wall Street Journal, the Associated Press, Vogue Business, and the Los Angeles Times
Christiana Sciaudone, passionate about the financial markets, once clerked on the New York Stock Exchange and has edited stock market coverage for Bloomberg. She is a veteran journalist inquisitive about mainstream and financial news alike.
Christiana has written and edited stories on everything from personal finance trends to the seedy dealings of Brazilian politicians.
She got her start in newspapers, reporting on local news for the likes of Newsday, the Sun-Sentinel in Florida, the Stamford Advocate in Connecticut, and the Los Angeles Times. From there she crisscrossed Latin America to cover renewable energy for Recharge, a trade publication. Then she had a lengthy stint at Bloomberg News, where she covered corporate news in Brazil, helped launch a successful morning newsletter in New York, and worked as an editor covering company news and the stock market.
Christiana has also freelanced, appearing in the Wall Street Journal, Associated Press, and Vogue Business, among others.
Christiana has a Master of Arts in Journalism from New York University. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Pace University.