Caroline is currently earning her MA in International Journalism at City, University of London. She holds BA in International Business from Northeastern University, Boston. She has worked as a journalist for RTL, first radio in France, and internet at iTele and Journal Du Net. Caroline is interested in international relations, French politics and travel. She speaks French, English and Spanish.
Pierre-Antoine holds a BA in Politics and International Relations from the University of Westminster. He is currently earning his MA in International Journalism at City, University of London. Since he was a kid, Pierre knew he wanted to be a journalist. His internships at L’Equipe and Nice-Matin, convinced him that he was made for the news environment. His dream job is to cover major sports events or create long investigations and documentaries. Pierre also runs a charity called Change 1’s Life that realizes education-based projects across Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Mathiew holds a BA with Honors in History from the University Paris-Sorbonne and the University of Helsinki. He was Editor-in-Chief of Paris-Sorbonne’s Newspaper and managed the News Section of Télé-Sorbonne, where he discovered broadcasting. He has held work placements at France 3 Région and Artphotoby. Half French, half English, Mathiew speaks English, French and Spanish fluently with some knowledge of Italian and Finnish. He has lived in several parts of the world and visited most of the European countries. He is currently earning his MA in International Journalism at City, University of London. Challenge and discovery are Mathiew’s inspirations.
Charlotte holds a MA in Spanish and History from The University of Edinburgh. She developed a passion for journalism reporting on a visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau for her local newspaper. She has worked for Broadway Baby as a reviewer at the Edinburgh Festival, contributed to The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo’s biannual magazine Salute, and kept a travel blog during her year abroad in Chile, where she worked as an English teacher. Her main interests are: Latin American politics, arts and culture, history and travel. She is fluent in English and Spanish with some knowledge of Danish and Arabic. She is currently earning her MA in International Journalism at City, University of London.
Morgane is currently earning her MA in International Journalism at City, University of London. She holds a BA Joint Honours in Politics and International Relations with Spanish, from the University of Kent in Canterbury. Throughout university Morgane was involved in the Student Media, where she wrote for the student newspaper, covered local stories for the student TV channel and hosted a weekly radio show. She worked for six months at Maison Fondee, a TV production company in Paris, and interned at the Robert Schuman Foundation, a think-tank on European Union.
After growing up in the marine, rugged landscape of Brittany, France, Natalie developed an appetite for languages and the open. She holds a BA in French, Spanish and Modern Greek from the University of Cambridge and an MA in European Studies from University College London. She is currently earning her MA in International Journalism at City University London. Natalie is fluent in English, French and Spanish and has a reasonable command of the German language, together with a smattering of Russian and Greek. In addition to languages and foreign affairs, she has a soft spot for environmental journalism and the London Review of Books. Her work has appeared in The World Weekly, Culture Whisper and the Spanish environmental magazine El Ecologista.
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Laure is a French MA candidate in International Journalism at City, University of London. She holds a BA from the Paris School of International Affairs, where she spent two years as journalist intern in print in Morocco (TelQuel ; Ledesk) & Lebanon (L’Orient-LeJour); and TV in Ivory Coast (Hemisphere Media Production Africa). She is learning Arabic and aspires to be a correspondent in the Middle East.
Cady holds a BS in Community and Regional Development with a minor in Art (video and photography) from the University of California, Davis. In 2015 Cady moved to Hyderabad, India to co-direct a documentary about an orphanage. Most recently, Cady served as the Managing Director at Innovations | Stories, an online publication sharing the stories of social innovators all over the Global South. At Innovations | Stories Cady designed and implemented the multimedia editorial strategy, which allowed for more diverse content and contributors. Now earning her MA at City, University of London, Cady continues to strengthen her visual and human-interest storytelling skills and is enjoys exploring new mediums and topics, such as writing and political reporting.