Maria Latella

She is an Italian journalist and columnist, writer and blogger. She is tv and radio host for Sky TG24 and Radio 24 and she moderates International debates on issues relating to politics, economy, labour market, school and new generations and is often asked to moderate panels in the banking industry.

She has a degree in law, and began her career as a journalist at the newspaper Secolo XIX.
From 1990 to 2013 she was one of the top journalists for the RCS group, first as a political correspondent for Corriere della Sera newspaper, and then as editor of the weekly magazine A.

Today she is a multimedia journalist. Columnist of the newspaper Il Messaggero, she has a constant presence on Twitter.

For Sky TG24 she is the presenter of L’Intervista – which received the Ischia Prize for best current affairs and political programme – and of the dinner talks A cena da Maria Latella. On Radio24 she every Sunday conducts Il Caffè della domenica, interviewing the main characters of the current political events and Nessuna è perfetto, a programme dedicated to the themes of career and work with a special focus on women.

She is the author of books on Italian politics and current affairs including Tendenza Veronica, the successful biography of Veronica Lario, Come si conquista un Paese. I sei mesi in cui Berlusconi ha cambiato l’Italia (Rizzoli, 2019), Il potere delle donne. Confessioni e consigli delle ragazze di successo (Feltrinelli, 2015) e Fatti privati e pubbliche tribù. Storie di vita e giornalismo dagli anni sessanta a oggi (San Paolo, 2017).

The international dimension is today the one that most belongs to her: she lives in Paris and Rome, she is a board member of the Center for American Studies and of the I Dialoghi Italo francesi founded in parallel to the Treaty of the Quirinal Italy France.

Also active in the training field, she is Adjunct Professor at Luiss Guido Carli in Rome, she is a member of the Higher Council of Education and has been called as a fellow visitor by the University of Chicago to hold seminars on European policy at the Institute of Politics led by David Axelrod, former Barack Obama advisor.

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