Christina Coleman is a writer, editor and digital content creator with a focus on feminism, social justice and politics. She currently serves as the News and Culture Director for Glamour Magazine.
Prior to joining one of Conde Nast’s storied women’s titles, Coleman was integral in the creation and growth of ESSENCE.com’s news vertical as the Sr. News and Culture editor, where she conceived and scripted the award-winning web series, The OverExplainer. She’s made stops at NewsOne (Managing Editor), GlobalGrind (News and Politics Editor) and Saint Heron (Founding News Editor). Before moving to New York City to pursue a career in news journalism, she was an Earth Science writer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
Coleman has written for a variety of publications addressing topics such as police brutality, gun control, politics and women's rights. She is a sought-after media commentator, and has made appearances on CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin, HLN’s Nancy Grace and Jane Velez-Mitchell, BRIC TV’s Straight Up, NewsOne Now, The Chew and many radio programs and podcasts. In addition to commentary, Coleman has also lent her talents to writing program and award show scripts, most recently for Vote for Justice, An Evening Of Empowerment With Artists & Activists, hosted by Michael Eric Dyson and Tichina Arnold in the name of criminal justice reform.
Coleman holds a Bachelor of Arts in Print/Online Journalism and African Studies from Howard University. In January 2018, Coleman was among the news team at ESSENCE to be recognized by the PPFA Media Excellence Awards for their coverage of reproductive rights and sexual health.