Area of ExpertiseAnything money-related, and how it can improve your quality of life.
Roma Luciw - last name pronounced LOO-TSEEV - has worked at the Globe as a business journalist since 2001. Her first journalism job was at the Victoria Times Colonist. She started at the Globe as a reporter covering breaking business news and daily stock market activity. For the last ten years, she has been The Globe’s personal finance editor, steering coverage of anything that helps Canadians manage their money, from managing debt loads and investing to mortgages and saving for retirement.In 2015, Roma steered the launch of the Gen Y money hub, which won an international EPPY award for excellence in digital journalism. She is passionate about financial literacy, especially among young people, and has with her colleague traveled to university and college campuses across the country, hoping to arm today’s young people with the tools they need to make smart financial decisions. She is also interested in helping women, who will on average live longer and earn less than men, educate themselves about how best to manage their own money.
Years at The Globe and Mail18
Western University in London, BA
Masters in Journalism in Vancouver, UBC