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Christina Garofalo

Research Editor

As a research editor at Robb Report, Christina Garofalo covers men’s style and topics including watches, travel, and dining on the web. She is also a contributing writer at First We Feast, a website dedicated to popular food culture, and the editorial manager for Serendipity Labs coworking spaces. Her passion projects include a screenplay and a collection of poems that recently received honorable mention from HotStreet.org. In her spare time, she is eating her way through Brooklyn, New York, where she lives with two roommates and a signed photo of Scully and Mulder. Christina graduated from Muhlenberg College with a degree in English and art. 

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