I am a Paris-based grad student in journalism and international affairs.
Curiosity about the future of the news industry has brought me to The World Association of Newspapers & News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), where I wrote daily about the media for Editors Weblog and SFN Blog, and to The New York Times, where I facilitated the syndication of content to partners in Europe and Africa.
My work has appeared in the pages of The International Herald Tribune and The Argentina Independent, on the website of Canada’s FASHION Magazine, in advertisements for Roots Canada, and has been spoken aloud by Robbie Robertson.
I did my undergraduate degree in French and Spanish at the University of Edinburgh, and am currently in the final semester of a double master in Journalism and International Development (with concentrations in digital and TV journalism and global economic policy) at Sciences Po, Paris.
You can reach me by email at emmalk (at) mac.com.