Amanda Ruggeri Biography
Amanda Ruggeri is an English journalist, editor, photographer, video editor, and on-screen host who is a senior journalist and since August 2019 Editor, London Features and Editor, BBC Future. Previously, Ruggeri served as a Senior Editor for BBC Future, as a Special Projects Editor at BBC.com, and as an Editor at BBC Britain.
Amanda graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and also from Cambridge University with an M.Phil, International relations. She also worked as a political reporter in Washington, D.C.
Ruggeri also writes for publications such as Powder, the New York Times, Guardian, Globe and Mail, National Geographic Traveler to name but a few. Her interest is mainly in narrating, digital multimedia, and feature reporting.
Her intense interest in the globe, particularly its lesser-known stories, has led her to investigate everything from Miami’s battle against the sea-level rise to London’s plague pits. Amanda is particularly interested in new ways of thinking and living and has lately published articles on topics such as the case for giving up objectives, why we should work less, and the dangers of perfectionism.
Amanda Ruggeri Age
How old is Amanda? Amanda was born in London, the United Kingdom. However, she has not disclosed her age and date of birth. It is therefore not known when she celebrates her birthday. We promise to update you once the information is available.
Amanda Ruggeri Husband
Ruggeri is a married woman who stays with her husband in Rome, Italy. However, she has not disclosed details about her husband. We are keeping tabs and promise to update you once this information is available.
Amanda Ruggeri Family
Ruggeri was born in London, the United Kingdom to her parents. However, our efforts to establish her parents and sibling went in vain. We promise to update you as soon as the information is available.
Amanda Ruggeri Height
Ruggeri stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m) tall and weighs an average weight of 52 Kgs (114 lbs).
Amanda Ruggeri Yale University
During her second year at Yale, Amanda was drugged and raped. Ruggeri recalls attending an Old Campus party with a friend, the friend’s boyfriend, and a boyfriend’s friend. “We didn’t know anyone at the party, but that didn’t seem to matter at Yale; everyone looked secure and welcome.”
After someone delivered Ruggeri and her female friend shots that she believes were drugged, the safe and inviting mood vanished. Both of the women passed out. The next morning, the friend’s boyfriend filled in the details: Ruggeri couldn’t talk, couldn’t walk, and tumbled down the stairs after taking the shot.
Her companions dragged her across the courtyard and left her with the boyfriend’s friend, who had sex with her despite her incoherence and bedwetting. Ruggeri reported the rape to “a campus official,” who provided her a Kleenex and a brochure describing her options.
She states that she had a fleeting thought about revealing her story to a disciplinary commission. “But I knew I couldn’t do it,” she says. I would have shattered if one person, just one, had said what I feared the most: that I had somehow brought this on myself.”
Amanda Ruggeri Roman Empire and History Channel
Amanda is a primary interviewee for two upcoming seasons of Netflix’s Roman Empire: Reign of Blood; the principal storyteller for the History Channel’s program “Caligula: 1400 Days of Terror”; and the author of The Revealed Rome Handbook.
Amanda Ruggeri Net Worth
How much is Amanda Ruggeri worth? Amanda has an estimated net worth of $500,000. Her income is mainly from her successful career as a journalist, photographer, video editor, and author.