Since 2017, I have been a freelance editor for the World Economic Forum. I liaise with writers, edit articles and source images and graphics to accompany pieces on topics ranging from the future of work and the Fourth Industrial Revolution to climate change, the future of cities and the COVID-19 pandemic.
I worked with the European Journalism Centre to deliver a webinar in audience development for freelance journalists and a series of 1-1 mentoring sessions as part of its Freelance Journalism Assembly.
I spent two months with NSMG (April-May 2020) advising on a new audience strategy for a series of to-be-launched websites and its existing portfolio of B2B and B2C websites. This included work on SEO, audience growth, audience development and engagement strategies and tools.
I teach as a visiting lecturer on the undergraduate, second-year module online and social media journalism in the university’s Spring term. This year, I also led a series of ethics and journalism seminars for postgraduate journalism students.
Summary report on a new project to build more resilient indigenous communities in Alaska as climate change threatens their way of life.
Article on climate adaptation in the Netherlands for the Global Center on Adaptation.
A three-month consulting with projects including a response to Facebook performance changes and a strategy for Pinterest.
I conducted an audit and proposed strategic recommendations for Vogue’s Instagram accounts in 11 markets.
I devised and delivered two training courses for the Thomson Foundation’s summer school, which brings together journalists from across the world to help develop their skills. This year’s cohort featured journalists from Ghana, Oman, Sri Lanka, Kuwait and South Africa.
The first course focused on social media newsgathering and verification techniques; the second was dedicated to content creation and storytelling for social platforms.
I conducted an audit and proposed strategic recommendations for GQ’s Instagram accounts in 11 markets.