Amanda Ruggeri Biography
Amanda Ruggeri is an English award-winning Journalist, Editor, Photographer, Video Editor, and On-Screen Host, who was born and brought up in London. Currently, she works at BBC Global News in London, England as a Managing Editor, BBC.com Features (London) & Editor, BBC Future. She also served as a Senior Editor for BBC Future, as a Special Projects Editor at BBC.com, and as an Editor at BBC Britain. Readalsomoreabout Amanda Ruggeri Bio, Wiki, Age, Wedding, Husband, Roman Empire, Salary, Net Worth, and more
Amanda served as a Contributing Editor and as a Deputy Editor (maternity cover) at BBC Travel. Prior to joining the BBC News team, she worked at Revealed Rome as a Book Author of “The Revealed Rome Handbook: Tips and Tricks to Exploring the Eternal City,”, Website Owner of the site of Revealed Rome. She has worked as a Freelance Video Journalist and Presenter.
Amanda Ruggeri Age
Amanda’s age is not available, her date of birth, and birthday are publicly not available. We will update this section once this information is available.
Amanda Ruggeri Height
Amanda stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m) tall.
Amanda Ruggeri Weight
Amanda weighs 52 kgs (114 lbs).
Amanda Ruggeri Yale University
Amanda was actually drugged and raped during her sophomore year at Yale. Ruggeri tells of going to a party on the Old Campus with a friend, the friend’s boyfriend, and a friend of the boyfriend. “We didn’t know anyone at the party, but at Yale, that never seemed to matter; everyone was safe, and everyone was welcoming.”
The safe and welcoming atmosphere evaporated after someone handed Ruggeri and her female friend shots that she believes were drugged. Both women blacked out. The next morning, the friend’s boyfriend filled in the facts: after drinking the shot, Ruggeri couldn’t talk, couldn’t walk, fell down the stairs.
Her companions carried her across the courtyard and left her with the boyfriend’s friend, who despite her incoherence and bedwetting had sex with her. Ruggeri reported the rape to “a college official,” who handed her a Kleenex and a pamphlet outlining her options.
She briefly imagined telling her story to a disciplinary committee, she writes. But “I knew I couldn’t do it. If one person, just one, voiced the thing I feared the most that I had brought this, somehow, on myself I would have crumbled.”
Amanda Ruggeri Family
Amanda was born and raised by her parents in London. Our efforts to find out more about her family came to no avail as no such information is publicly available. Thus, the identity of her parents is still unclear. It is also not known if she has any siblings. We will update this section once this information is available.
Amanda Ruggeri Wedding
Amanda got married to her husband at their wedding in Rome, Italy. Her husband’s identity still remains a mystery at the moment, but it is known that he is an Italian. We are keeping tabs on her and we will update this information as soon as it is available.
Amanda Ruggeri Salary
Amanda receives an average annual salary of between $24,292 and $72,507. This translates to an hourly average wage of between $10.15 and $31.32.
Amanda Ruggeri Net Worth
Ruggeri’s net worth is estimated to be between $100,000-$500,000. Which she accumulates from her career as an English award-winning Journalist, Editor, Photographer, Video Editor, and On-Screen Host.
Amanda Ruggeri Career
Amanda is a journalist, editor, photographer, video editor, and sometimes on-screen host. Senior journalist and special projects editor at the BBC’s international website BBC.com, she also writes for publications including Powder, the New York Times, Guardian, Globe and Mail, National Geographic Traveler, and more. Her specialties are in narrative and feature reporting and digital multimedia.
Her intense curiosity about the world particularly its lesser-known stories has taken her from investigating Miami’s fight against the sea-level rise to seeking out plague pits in London.
She is also interested in better ways to think and live: Amanda has recently written about subjects like the case for giving up on goals, why we should work less, and the dangerous downsides of perfectionism.
Amanda Ruggeri Roman Empire
Ruggeri is one of the main interviewees for two upcoming seasons of the Roman Empire: Reign of Blood on Netflix; the main storyteller on the History Channel’s documentary “Caligula: 1400 Days of Terror”; and the author of the book The Revealed Rome Handbook.
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