Angie Romero is the Senior Editor, Entertainment and Culture, for Univision News.
Most recently, she was Latina Magazine’s Deputy Editor. Throughout her time there, she wrote, planned, assigned, and edited features dedicated to Latin culture and entertainment in the United States and abroad, including the cover stories and celebrity profiles.
In a hybrid print/digital role, Angie also worked with Latina’s online edit team to build the brand’s presence on social media sites and create multi-platform stories that generate traffic to the site.
Angie has interviewed Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Salma Hayek, Cameron Diaz, Christina Aguilera, Shakira, Jessica Alba, Eva Mendes, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Eva Longoria, Juanes, Dolores Huerta, and Gloria & Emilio Estefan, among others. She has appeared on national television; been a guest on National Public Radio (NPR); and covered awards shows and film festivals in the U.S. and abroad.
Prior to Latina, Angie worked as an assistant music editor at VIBE magazine.
After VIBE, Angie spent time at Microsoft learning about the world of digital advertising as part of the MSN sales team.
As a freelance writer, she has contributed to The Washington Post, Billboard, Hispanic magazine, Miami New Times, USA Weekend, Glamour, VIBE, BizBash, VIBE Vixen, and Complex.
Angie is U.S.-born and of Ecuadorean descent, and speaks fluent Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. She has had her own weekly blog on Latina.com called “Get Cultured,” covering the best of Latin arts and culture in America. In 2008, she also served as the female voice of “Single-ish: Sex, Love & Life,” Glamour.com’s co-ed dating blog.
Follow her on Twitter @angiejromero