Christina Bellantoni is a journalism professor and media center director. Currently, she is working at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Apart from this, she is also working as a journalism professor at USC (University of South California). Earlier in this job, she was working as an assistant editor at Los Angeles Times focusing on political news.
Christina was born in 1979 and raised in San Jose, California. She acquired her education from the University of California, Berkeley. Christina attended UC Berkeley and completed her graduation in Mass Communication in 2001. She got her first job in the field of journalism in 1998 that was related to compiling data for the “Book of Lists”.
Christina Bellantoni Career
As far as her career life is concerned, Christina Bellantoni began her career with the job in San Jose Business Journal Research Department in 1998. Later, she started working as a reporter in 2002 at Silicon Valley Business Ink. She was hired as the chief of Palo Alto Daily News. Thereafter in 2003, she moved to Times and worked as a correspondent for the White House. In 2008, she used to cover the Democratic campaigns along with the historic elections of President Obama. She went through other journalism designations in her career including producer and political commentator. Christina also made an appearance on national television and radio networks such as Fox, CNN, MSNBC, and NPR.
She used to be the regular guest on the show “Real Time with Bill Maher” which used to be broadcasted on HBO Network. Christina was awarded two Best Scoop national journalism awards. Christina used to write stories on San Jose Sharks and Palo Alto Daily. Because of her story writings, she has won many awards in the Bay area in 2002 and 2003. Outside her career life, she used to enjoy spending time with her family and friends. She loves to share opinions with people on social media platforms including Twitter, Linked In, Facebook and Instagram. Christina is a bold lady with the view to speak in front of anyone. She is not afraid to speak her mind out in front of others.
Christina Bellantoni Biography
|Christina Marie Bellantoni
|Age (as of 2021)
|San Jose, California, United States
|in feet inches – 5’ 5” – in Centimeters – 165 cm
|in Kilograms – 60 kg – in Pounds – 132 lbs
Christina Bellantoni was raised by her parents in San Jose, California. Her mother’s name is Cassandra Bellantoni. She has tied her knot with Patrick Khoo who used to be a Musculoskeletal consultant. The couple tied their knot in a destination wedding at Nepenthe, Australia. Her husband Patrick Khoo earlier used to work in the UK but later moved to the USA to accompany his life with his wife Christina Bellantoni. The couple has a son named Maxwell and after becoming the mother of a son, she enjoyed sharing her life journey as a mother along with being a correspondent who used to write articles about surviving hot weather with a baby.
Christina Bellantoni Net Worth
She is a well-known journalist who has spent most of her life while working for the TV and journalism network in the USA. Her net worth is around $5 Million that she used to raise from her journalism career.
- She spent almost 13 years while working in Washington, DC, and handling a variety of roles in different branches including Roll Call, PBS NewsHour, working for congress as covering the reports from local government, White House, and related campaigns.
- Christina joined the Roll Call team in October 2011. In 2009, she started working for Talking Point Memo’s Washington covering the news of Washington and the White House.
- She helped to contribute a major part of an expansion for TPM covering the site political news from White House Correspondent Associations and the White House press pool. Later, she worked at TPM while covering the political and health care news.
- Before joining TPM in 2008, she used to cover the Democratic presidential campaign.
- She got connected with Times in December 2003 where she used to cover the state and congressional political news.
- From August 2015 to July 2018, she was assigned as an assistant managing editor for the political category.
- Later, she joined Los Angeles Times after covering political news in Washington, DC for 12 years.
- In the years 2004, 2008, and 2012, she used to cover the White House, Congress, Presidential campaigns, and Virginia Statehouse.
- Christina has formerly remained a vice president of the board of Washington Press Club Foundation.