Charlotte Maihoff was born on August 17, 1982, in Neunkirchen (Saarland) and she can be described as a German journalist and television presenter.
Charlotte Maihoff’s father is a Ghanaian while her mother is a German doctor. She attended the German-French high school in Saarbrücken and successfully graduated in 2001.
Even before she could complete, she had already started working as a reporter and moderator. She was working for the youth radio station of the Saarland broadcaster ( 103.7 UnserDing ).
Her work was not limited to the radio station but she also moderated events and panel discussions.
For working on a series of reports from Toulouse, France, Charlotte Maihoff received the ARD’s Kurt Magnus Prize in 2002.
She schooled at the Saarland University and studied Information Science , French linguistics and business informatics. Charlotte Maihoff also had the chance to work at hr XXL in Frankfurt am Main, 1 Live in Cologne and the political live broadcast Kanzlerbungalow on WDR television.
Charlotte Maihoff was the winner of the 2007 Gerhard Lustig Prize. The 2007 Gerhard Lustig Prize is for the best information science thesis from the years 2005 to 2007 from the German-speaking area of the University Association for Information Science.
Charlotte Maihoff moved to Hamburg after completing her Master’s course.
She trained at the Henri Nannen School and had some internships at the Dresden local editorial office of the Sächsische Zeitung, the magazine Stern and Spiegel TV.
Between 2010 and 2015, she worked for the central news of Deutschlandfunk. She also wrote and presented news for DRadio Knowledge.
Charlotte Maihoff Husband
The information about Charlotte Maihoff’s husband is not available.
Charlotte Maihoff loves to keep details about her marital life private.
However, it is believed her husband is German and they live together in Moscow. She is believed to be worth between $2 million and $5 million.