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Jodie Ginsberg, Chief Executive
Jodie joined Index on Censorship from the think-tank, Demos. A former London Bureau Chief for Reuters, Jodie worked for more than a decade as a foreign correspondent and business journalist. She was previously Head of Communications for Camfed, a non-profit organisation working in girls’ education.
David Sewell, Finance Manager
David had 20 years of experience of finance management in retail before joining Index in 2009. He is a highly experienced and talented finance professional. He leads Index’s financial reporting, budget management and ensures sound governance according to charities laws and guidelines. He has also taken on the role of HR director and is responsible for office management.
Fiona Bradley, Administrator and Youth Programme Officer
Fiona is PA to the CEO at Index on Censorship. As well as assisting in the day-to-day running of the office, Fiona worked with the Events Manager to produce Index’s Freedom of Expression Awards 2013 and is currently leading on a variety of youth projects. Prior to joining Index, Fiona has worked in different media, publishing and arts organisations. If you have any general enquiries or need to get in touch with the CEO please email Fiona.
Amara Clark, Senior Development Manager
Amara manages the relationships with many of Index’s funders, making sure they are informed about the work they are supporting. In addition to her work at Index she is an associate consultant at the IFC and a schools trainer for Spark, a charity that teaches young people employability skills. She has previously been a Trustee at the charity Rights of Women and worked for an MP. Amara studied Economics and Politics at Queen Mary University of London. Contact email@example.com
David Heinemann, Events Manager
David joined Index in 2013 to lead the event programme. Previously, he has worked in community development, social innovation and service design for organisations including The Young Foundation, The Challenge Network and Compass. He also has a background in Theatre, having directed and produced international work and new writing for venues around the UK. David studied English and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham.
Rachael Jolley, Editor, Index on Censorship magazine
Rachael Jolley is the editor of Index on Censorship magazine. Having started as a news reporter on a local newspaper, she moved on to writing for magazines, newspapers and websites in the UK and internationally (including The Times, the Financial Times and The Guardian). She has been editorial director at think tank British Future, managing editor for monthly magazine Business Traveller, and editor of Business Traveller Middle East, and commissioning editor (online) for the Fabian Society. She also launched the quarterly magazine Public Health Today.
Vicky Baker, Deputy Editor, Index on Censorship magazine
Vicky Baker came to Index on Censorship from the Guardian. She was previously at Reuters in Buenos Aires. Her features have also been published in the Observer, the Independent, the Daily Telegraph, the Financial Times, the Sydney Morning Herald and the South China Morning Post. Her special area of interest is Latin America, having lived in Argentina for four years and travelled extensively around the region. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Sean Gallagher, Editor, Online and News
Sean was the Managing Editor Online at the Los Angeles Times and an early producer at The New York Times among other leading media outlets. He has expertise in web development, international editorial and social media. Sean leads Index’s international news and reporting team in addition to contributing to coverage. He studied at Fordham University in New York.
Milana Knezevic, Assistant Editor, Online and News
Milana reports on freedom of expression for Index on Censorship. She was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina and grew up in Norway before moving to the UK to study Politics and International Relations at the University of York. She speaks Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian and Norwegian fluently, and understands Danish and Swedish. Before joining the editorial team, she worked as an advocacy intern at Index. She has prior experience working for and contributing to Norwegian and British national and regional newspapers, and is an award-winning student newspaper editor.
Melody Patry, Senior Advocacy Officer
Melody is advocacy officer at Index on Censorship. Melody provides research and analysis for Index’s policy formulation and works in building relationships with stakeholders to support our domestic and international programmes. Previously she worked as a political adviser for the European External Action Service and most recently, as writer and videographer supporting human rights NGOs in Egypt.
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