Sarah hadn’t always known that she wanted to be a reporter, but after her first day interning in the Global Montreal newsroom, she knew that she was exactly where she wanted to be.
She has been working as a freelance reporter for Global Montreal since April 2012, after completing a four-month internship with the station and has a journalism degree at Concordia University.
She now studies law at Université de Montréal.
Born in Italy, Sarah has lived in six countries and visited many more. With a passion for travel, she hopes that her journalistic career will take her to new and exciting places while keeping a “pied-à-terre” in her hometown of Montreal.
Sarah lives in the West Island. When she has a few minutes, she enjoys aquatic sports, reading National Geographic, eating good food, and talking!
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Most interesting about working as journalist: The people you meet; the places you go; the things you learn
Favourite place to eat: La Banquise. Who doesn’t love a good poutine?
You can never have too many: Good friends
Most underrated virtue: Positivity!
One day I hope to: Use journalism to make a difference, big or small
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