Christine Coester

Christine Coester is a journalist and editor living in Germany. Originally from the United States, she studied Biology, Chemistry and German Literature at the University of Missouri, before pursuing a Master of Arts in Journalism. After graduating, Ms. Coester moved to Leipzig, Germany, where she reported on antimicrobial resistance in agriculture with the support of the Fulbright Commission.


Ms. Coester now works as an editor for Handelsblatt Global, a leading German newspaper with a strong focus on European politics and business. She also writes translates and writes science texts for the Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Germany's international wire service, and CORRECTIV, a nonprofit investigative newsroom in Berlin.