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Rufolo has more than 25 years experience in the media industry, particularly in technology trade magazines. She started her career as a reporter at a daily newspaper in Pennsylvania. Rufolo most recently served as Copy Chief and online content management editor at noted technology pub CRN. She graduated from University of Oregon with a bachelor's degree in Romance Languages and International Studies, and a master's degree in Linguistics/TESOL from Stony Brook University. Rufolo resides in Long Island with her fiancee, cats and Pomeranian dog. In her spare time, she likes to cook, read, work out and practice foreign languages by holding conversations with herself.



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