Christina Prignano leads the team of talented developers and designers who are experts in creating compelling, unique, and reader-focused journalism.
As senior editor for multimedia storytelling, she brings together teams from across departments to develop and drive some of the Globe's most ambitious digital projects as well as in-the-moment graphics and data stories.
Recent award-winning projects from the multimedia team include Two Weeks in America and Kate Price Remembers Something Terrible. The team’s work also includes reader tools like data dashboards, cost-of-living calculators, tools to track political races, and more.
Prior to joining the multimedia storytelling team, Prignano was a senior digital editor on the homepage team, directing breaking news alerts, planning digital coverage for major news events including the 2020 election, plus writing and editing breaking, daily, and multimedia story packages.
She joined the paper in 2012 as a homepage producer from CommonWealth magazine, where she worked as web editor as well as communications associate for the organization’s publisher, the think tank MassINC.
She serves as a volunteer mentor for Digital Women Leaders, an initiative that offers free one-on-one coaching for women and non-binary people in journalism. A native of Rhode Island, Prignano is a graduate of Northeastern University and now lives in the Boston area.