Jennifer has been a journalist in print, radio and television for more than twelve years. She has worked across a wide range of sectors, from editing a national daily paper in Malta, to television reporting on EU affairs to the Middle East. She has a wealth of experience in writing about business, management and IT matters and specialises in identifying the link between industry and policy. She moved to Brussels to work as a freelance EU correspondent in February 2009. Jennifer is the Brussels correspondent for the International Data Group which produces numerous publications on technology. She covers all aspects of policy relating to IT, from trade agreements for tech products to antitrust cases and internet privacy issues.
Hughes has been a journalist that specialises in energy and climate issues for twelve years. He holds a Master’s degree in applied modern languages and a post-graduate diploma in European Affairs. He has worked as a freelance journalist in Brussels for the Financial Times Energy Newsletters, Platts News Agency, Enerpresse, ‘Bulletin de l’industrie pétrolière’, ‘L’Usine à Gaz à Effet de Serre’ and Europe Information Service (where he was Editor-in-chief the Europolitics bulletin on energy until 2006). Hughes was awarded the 2007 Louise Weiss Prize for European Journalism and is now EU correspondent in Brussels for the European Energy Review.
Ed joined the AGRA FACTS & AGRA FOCUS team as Deputy Editor in late February 2010. His portfolio has included health, environment, & trade issues as well as agricultural policy. Previously, he was working in the European Parliament with the unit responsible for transparency & access to documents. On arrival in Brussels in December 2008, he started out as a monitoring consultant for Dods EU Monitoring, where he was responsible for tracking legislation in a wide range of areas. A graduate of French & German from Cambridge University, Ed pursued his interest in European politics on a Masters Course which took him to Prague & Berlin, where he wrote his thesis on the politics of climate change & the implications on agriculture.
Mikael began his journalistic career in 1978, working for a current affairs television program at the Finnish Broadcasting Company (Yle) before switching to the news department where he followed world events as a Diplomatic Correspondent and then as European Correspondent in Brussels. Mikael then joined the Finnish Foreign Service as Press Counsellor at the EU Representation in Brussels, notably covering the first Finnish Presidency of the EU in 1999. From 2004 to 2007, he acted as Audiovisual Counsellor at the Press Office of the Secretariat of the Council of the EU. Mikael has a Master’s degree in Political Science, gives media training and works as a course leader for the European Journalism Centre.
With a broad experience as a print & radio reporter for major national and international media, Grégoire Lory has covered EU affairs for Radio France in Brussels for the last 6 years. He thus has a good sense of how to present and sell EU news to a national public. Grégoire won the ‘Prix Louise Weiss 2005’ (young journalist grade) for the documentary «Visages d’Europe»: exploring young Europeans’ views of the Constitutional Treaty.
Founder and editor-in-chief of MLex market intelligence, Robert spent 12 years covering M&A, antitrust and investment banking in London, Paris and Brussels for Bloomberg, where he developed an unparalleled track record providing inside intelligence and commentary on the risks faced by investors as a result of government regulation and intervention. An unquestioned authority in his field, Robert is a leading commentator on competition and regulatory risk issues.
Matthew is a senior correspondent for MLex and writes about mergers, antitrust and cartel investigations. Matthew began covering competition at the Luxembourg courts in 2004 and then moved to Brussels. After working as a spokesman for the European Commission until April 2012, he spent several months in Washington, DC writing about mergers for MLex. He spent a year studying French, history and communications in Grenoble, France and is a graduate of Boston University with degrees in history and journalism.
Peter O’Donnell has been covering European affairs for over twenty years. He has worked for The Financial Times, The Sunday Times, Reuters, the Economist Intelligence Unit, UPI, Euronews, and many other media in Europe and beyond. He is a former editor-in-chief of Europe Information Service, and is now associate editor of European Voice.In addition to his work as a journalist, he has authored numerous publications. He teaches a masters degree in European journalism in Brussels and acts as moderator or chairman in European-level conferences and debates.
Rose has been Editor of AGRA FACTS & AGRA FOCUS since March 2010, having previously worked as Deputy Editor on the agricultural publications for nearly three years. Prior to working as a journalist, she dealt with international relations on the EU satellite navigation programme at the Galileo Joint Undertaking. A Masters graduate in EU agricultural policy from the University College Cork (Ireland), Rose moved to Brussels in 2004 to work as an intern in the Cabinet of former European Parliament President, Pat Cox.
Cornelia is the EU- correspondent of the Austrian national broadcaster ORF. She has arrived in Brussels just before the Euro crisis started. Since January 2010 she has been covering reams of EU summits, long nights of Eurogroup meetings and most of the other European Council meetings which have taken place in Brussels or Luxemburg. She also covers regularly the European Parliaments’ sessions in Strasbourg.
Chief Correspondent of MLex FS since 2009, John has covered European financial services policy and regulation dating to 2003. During 12 years with Bloomberg News in Washington and then Brussels, he reported on financial and other policy issues along with business developments in breaking news, features and broadcast. He has also written about tax and legal matters during this time and has spent two years working at the Bureau of National Affairs in Washington.
Sonja has been lead climate/carbon correspondent for EU environment policy news and analysis service ENDS Europe for the last four years. As well as covering climate issues, Sonja writes about energy, transport, biodiversity, chemicals, pollution, waste and resource policy developments in Brussels. She helps commission, edit and sub-edit news and analysis from colleagues and free lancers and moderates conferences. Sonja has worked as a freelance radio journalist for the BBC World Service and as a reporter for the Science and Development Network (www.scidev.net) in London, the Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina and the Llama Express in Bolivia. Sonja won a “Young Broadcaster of the Year Award” in 2005 for a science radio package. She obtained a Distinction in an MSc in Science Communication at Imperial College London and has an MA in Biological Sciences from the University of Oxford.
Armed with her Master’s degree in European Affairs from the Sorbonne, Lénaïc Vaudin d’Imécourt jumped on the first train to Brussels, in October 2011. She has been covering trade issues for Europolitics ever since. Her portfolio also includes foreign affairs, development and enlargement. Lénaïc is bilingual in French and English.