Education Hyperion University
|Name Laura Nureldin|
|Occupation journalist, book editor, psychologist|
Arta Fericirii - Ingeri si demoni, Laura Nureldin
Laura Anca Mariam Nureldin (born 11 October 1979) is a Romanian journalist and news anchor. She is of Sudanese descent through her father. Nureldin studied psychology at Hyperion University in Bucharest, and then worked as a news anchor for several Romanian national television stations.
She was born in Iași to a Romanian mother and Sudanese father who studied in Romania during the communist regime.
From 1998, she attended Hyperion University where she studied psychology, earning the bachelor's degree in 2002. In the same year, she became a news anchor and editor for Realitatea TV. In 2004, she began working as a news anchor for National TV. In June 2006, she was hired as an editor-anchor for The Money Channel. From September 2010 to March 2011, she worked for TVR 1 where she presented a weekly show, dedicated to women-related topics, called "Papucul Doamnei" (Lady's Slipper). From February to July 2012, she was an international news editor and anchor at TVR Info. From August 2012, she is a news anchor at Antena 3 (Romania).
From May to December 2011, she was a book editor at RAO Books. She translated into Romanian the book I, Steve: Steve Jobs in His Own Words, edited by George Beahm.