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Two decades of experience as a journalist, trainer and international communications consultant has seen Marian working with the public and private sector, from UN agencies to multinational companies.
Marian has media trained international staff in the US, Africa, Latina America, Asia and Europe, including high-level one-on-one coaching, such as the Head of Mission of the EU Special Representation in Kosovo. Her journalism training assignments have taken her from Haiti to Nigeria, Ethiopia and the Balkans.
She also brings to the team senior corporate experience in managing high-profile international and integrated communication campaigns, both offline and online. Early adopter of social and digital channels, she is equally comfortable dealing with mainstream, trade or consumer press, especially in sensitive, crisis situations.
From 1999 to 2007, Marian worked as a correspondent, editor and producer for BBC News, covering current and foreign affairs from London and other locations, including Jerusalem, Brussels and Madrid. Prior to that, she worked for the London Guardian and El Mundo newspaper.
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