Commencing at a school desk, Ferdinando Giugliano’s career has now reached the stars! He began by becoming one of the first editors of the J. Sannazaro’s Grammar School newspaper and went on to have a brilliant college and university career. He is now the Global economy news editor of one of the most important newspapers in the world: The Financial Times.
Ferdinando’s great talent won him the Biagio Agnes Prize in the “Under 35” category. His career involves many obligations (he interviewed the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi some weeks ago.) He has also recently met his high school teacher again; Maria Sirago, who was the first person to introduce him to the world of journalism. He also kindly agreed to meet agroup of Italian students in London on the PON C5 scheme. Ferdinando gave them a long interview and generously answered all of their varied questions.
To celebrate the anniversary of the Sannazaro’s school newspaper, Ferdinando and some old schoolmates recently sent articles to commemorate it’s creation. The paper has now become “Liber@rete” proving that even though many years have passed and they have all taken different directions, you should never forget your humble origins!