World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers

Date

Mon - 22.12.2014


Academy Team

Academy Team

  • Mechthild Schimpf

    Director Middle East | WAN-IFRA CH | Frankfurt am Main, Germany

    Short Bio

    She is responsible for all activities in the Middle East countries, working closely with WAN-IFRA's members in the region. She is in charge of organising regional events and activities in the Middle East region.

  • David Sallinen

    Deputy Director European Training | WAN-IFRA | Paris, France

    Short Bio

    Deputy Director European Training, he designs the training sessions around the precise needs of all the different disciplines involved in today's media (editorial, advertising, management, HR, and technology heads) so as to nurture both new skills and new ways of working together in the face of the digital challenge. To further encourage innovation he also organises conferences to showcase best practice as well as consulting to help the take up of new initiatives at the heart of editorial, advertising, etc.

  • Jen Teo

    Senior Manager, Training / Director, Media Professionals Programme | WAN-IFRA Singapore

    Short Bio

    Jen is in charge of organising and marketing events, training and competitions (Asia Media Awards) for WAN-IFRA Asia Pacific, while working closely with the supplier community in a number of capacities.

  • Selva Prabu

    Asst. Manager - Training Services | WAN-IFRA South Asia Pvt Ltd | Chennai, India

    Short Bio

    He is responsible for developing and organising all the training activities in the South Asian region.

  • Rodrigo Bonilla

    Area Manager, Latin America / Gerente Regional, América Latina | WAN-IFRA | Paris, France

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