The Times of London has tapped Emma Munbodh as deputy editor of “Money Mentor,” which helps readers make better financial decisions. In her new role, she will cover consumer and finance.
She begins on May 30.
Recently, she was a money editor at the Daily Mirror, where she edited and managed the personal finance and consumer affairs desk. Before that, she was a senior personal finance correspondent and then deputy money editor at Mirror.co.uk, a Reach plc title.
She previously focused on key vertical areas, including tech, money, fashion, lifestyle, travel and more for Mirror Online. She also started Mirror Money’s online Deals Hub.
She was also a researcher on “The Martin Lewis Money Show” on ITV. She has formerly worked at The Independent, London Evening Standard and Closer Magazine.
Munbodh has a B.A. from the University of Portsmouth and a master’s degree from the University of the Arts London.