Stefanie Marotta is a reporter at The Globe and Mail’s Alberta bureau. As an award-winning multi-platform journalist with a focus on business, politics, and technology, Stefanie has reported for The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business, Bloomberg News, CBC Politics, Toronto Star and ROB Magazine, and chase produced for CBC Power & Politics. She has also appeared on BNN Bloomberg TV, Bloomberg Radio, The Big Story Podcast and Global News Radio and has been featured in the Financial Post.
Before her time in the newsroom, Stefanie worked in public affairs and corporate communications at TD Bank and the Government of Ontario, supporting files that include marketing, corporate social responsibility, retail and digital banking, environment, mining, small business development, and transportation. Even with her time on the dark side, her roots are in journalism, having served as Editor-in-Chief of the University of Toronto Mississauga’s official student newspaper, The Medium, after three years of reporting and editing on the news desk.
In 2019, Stefanie was awarded the RTDNA BNN Bloomberg/Jim O’Connell business journalism award for her podcast segment and live broadcast hit about how the Bank of Canada’s interest rate hikes affect new graduates and first-time home buyers. She is also the recipient of the Seymour Schulich Award in Financial Journalism and the Matt Walcoff Memorial Award by Bloomberg News in recognition of her achievement and demonstrated promise in financial and business journalism, as well as the Douglas Creighton Award for excellence in municipal and local multimedia reporting.
Based in Toronto, Canada, Stefanie has also worked in Ottawa and Paris, France. She holds a Master of Journalism from Ryerson University and an Honours Bachelor of Arts in political science, communications and French from the University of Toronto.
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