Editor overseeing The Washington Post's technology coverage. Education: University of California, Berkeley; Stanford University
Christina Passariello oversees a critical and expanding area of coverage for The Washington Post, running a talented team of reporters in Washington, New York and San Francisco.
She previously worked at The Wall Street Journal for nearly 14 years, most recently as deputy technology editor in its San Francisco bureau. There, she helped guide some of the biggest technology stories of the year, including Russia’s alleged use of U.S. social media platforms before and after the 2016 election, Amazon’s aggressive expansion into new arenas and Google’s high-profile lawsuit against Uber for the alleged theft of trade secrets. Prior to San Francisco, Christina was the European fashion and luxury correspondent for the Journal, covering everything from catwalks to sweatshops. She was part of the team that won the 2013 Sigma Delta Chi award for reporting on Bangladesh’s garment industry.
She previously worked for Business Week and Euromoney, and her work has also appeared in The New York Times, Time Magazine and Rolling Stone. She served as a foreign correspondent in Paris for 14 years and also lived in London.
Christina was a John S. Knight fellow at Stanford from 2014 to 2015. She hails from southern California.
Honors & Awards:
Sigma Delta Chi award for foreign correspondence, 2013