Award-winning former journalist Emma Robson has over 25 years of experience in the world of media and communications. She trained as a journalist at Reuters and worked also for Knight-Ridder, the UN Development Programme, BBC radio and television, and Bloomberg. At UNDP, she reported from more than 26 developing countries on what works in development aid. At Reuters Financial Television she focused on corporate Europe, conducting dozens of interviews with board members of leading European companies. In 1999 she won the AEX broadcast journalism prize for the TV series she produced – decision-makers. Since founding Media Wise in 1999, she has helped companies and their executives to craft and pitch stories that work. A native English speaker, Emma is fluent in Dutch, French, Italian and Spanish. She holds an MA and BA in languages (French, Spanish and Italian) from Cambridge University, England and is a qualified teacher of English as a foreign language.