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Episode 139: When student athletes play hard, who gets paid?

Nov 12, 2019

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Leisha Santorelli

Senior Journalist and Reporter, BBC World Service

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Leisha Santorelli (née Chi) has spent over a decade at some of the world's top international broadcasters, including CNN and Bloomberg News. She joined BBC News in 2011 and for most of that time she was based in the Asia-Pacific, specializing in global business and general news reporting for TV, radio and online outlets.

She received her degree in Comparative Literature and African Studies from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

Leisha lives in London with her husband Tom and British Shorthair cat Mochi.

Latest Stories from Leisha (2)

My Economy

A mochi maker faces Brexit

by Leisha Santorelli and Sean McHenry Jul 16, 2019
How a love of mochi turned into a sweet business.
Little Moons mochi ice cream in London.
Courtesy of Nick Horowitz and Little Moons

British retailers expect royal baby sales bump

by Leisha Santorelli May 7, 2019
Baby Sussex is set to add billions to the British royal family's brand and provide a sales boost for retailers.
In this file photo taken on October 31, 2018 Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive for a public walkabout at the Rotorua Government Gardens in Rotorua, New Zealand.
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