Lorenza Brascia is an associate editorial producer for CNN based in New York City.

    Brascia began her career at CNN in 2012 in corporate communications and marketing. Her transition to editorial came after moving to California to cover news for the Western region of the United States at CNN's Los Angeles bureau. In this role, Brascia covered the entertainment beat in addition to general and breaking news stories. Brascia was one of the first producers on the ground for both the San Bernardino and UCC mass shootings. She's produced high profile entertainment events—from CNN's coverage of the Academy Awards to Sundance Film Festival. A frequent writer for CNN.com and Snapchat, Brascia contributes to various beats across CNN Digital, with a particular interest in lifestyle and feature stories. Her background includes producing TV and digital videos, writing script and text pieces, and regional editorial planning.

    Brascia graduated from Marymount Manhattan College with a concentration in communication arts and journalism. She currently serves as an ambassador to the communication arts department at her alma mater.