Writer and Editor, Korn Ferry Institute
Annamarya Scaccia is the writer and editor for the Korn Ferry Institute, an innovation center for Korn Ferry focused on illuminating key trends and drivers of human and organizational performance.
Ms. Scaccia enables the dissemination of Korn Ferry research and insights to diverse internal and external audiences. She also plays a crucial role in communicating content through diverse channels, ranging from the Korn Ferry Institute website and Briefings to Fuse and client-facing collateral.
Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Ms. Scaccia worked as an award-winning investigative journalist, reporting on national and global public health and human rights issues. Her work has appeared in the Austin Chronicle and New York Daily News, as well as online at Esquire, Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, Texas Observer, the Guardian, Cosmopolitan, and City Limits, among others.
Annamarya earned her Bachelor’s in journalism at Brooklyn College and her Master’s in journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY. While studying at the Newmark School, Annamarya filmed an award-winning short documentary about a boy living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a rare but fatal degenerative muscle disease. She also helped oversee production of the award-winning interactive project, “The Missing,” and was part of the team behind City Limits’ award-winning five-part investigative series on New York’s lackluster clean energy program and its impact on low-income residents.