A journalist and Class CNBC host, she writes for MF and Milano Finanza. She is an expert in finance and economic policy and has specialized for years in issues surrounding women’s empowerment.
Born in 1973 in Oxford, UK, Landau grew up in Rome, where she currently resides. She graduated with honors in Humanities from La Sapienza University in Rome, and completed her journalistic training at the Roman Agency for the preparation of the Jubilee.
She was appointed head of Class CNBC’s Rome office in 2005, and covers major daily Italian political and economic-financial events. She writes for daily newspapers MF and Milano Finanza. In collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, she also created Esteri News, an Italian diplomacy newsletter. After countless reporting trips, she has covered Italian embassies and Italian cultural centers around the world.
An expert on SMEs and female empowerment, she is coauthor of the book #Comunicatrici(#WomenInCommunication) (Castelvecchi, 2018) which describes the career paths of top communication managers and highlights how many challenges remain for woman to balance career and family. Committed to issues of financial education and the fight against economic violence, she actively collaborates with the Global Thinking Foundation.
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