Meet Geraldine Cremin – journalist, lawyer, conflict reporter, and now also hostwriter’s first Australian ambassador.
Vanessa is a Columbia journalism grad, a Tow Centre Fellow and has a special knack for podcasting. Get in touch with her for advice/co-authorship or a couch in NYC.
مرحبا In the midst of Cairo’s traffic, our ambassador Wafaa Albadry introduces herself in English and Arabic You can get in touch with her via her profile: https://hostwriter.org/profile/albadry
Prasad is one of our most active ambassadors and never shy of giving us great input and feedback. He works as a senior correspondent with Times of India newspaper and is based in Pune. Prasad holds a post graduate degree in Mass Communication… Continue Reading →
Katharina Finke is a German investigative journalist who is covering stories around the world. She works freelance as a “global correspondent” for print and online media (e.g. freitag, Greenpeace Magazine, spiegel.de, Zeit), as well as German speaking television broadcasters (ARD,… Continue Reading →
Sebastian Erb is a journalist based in Berlin who frequently reports from the countries of Central and South America für German-language newspapers, magazines and public radio stations. Her covers mostly economical and political stories and likes in-depth investigations and travelling… Continue Reading →
Prasad Kulkarni is a correspondent at The Times of India, Pune. He studied Mass Communication and Journalism with a bachelor’s degree in Defence Studies and Strategic Science. Prasad Kulkarni is a former secretary of one of India’s oldest journalist organizations… Continue Reading →
Alan Cassidy is a political editor at “Schweiz am Sonntag”, a weekly Swiss newspaper. Based in Bern, he joins hostwriter as ambassador for Switzerland. Welcome to the team!!
Michaela Maria Müller is a freelance journalist based in Berlin. She writes for German print media such as Süddeutsche Zeitung, Berliner Zeitung, Frankfurter Rundschau or RadZeit, the magazine of Germany´s Bicycle Club ADFC. As chairwoman of the print committee in… Continue Reading →