Sabine Denat

Editor

I recently graduated with a Masters from Harvard Divinity School, where I studied the Hebrew Bible and the ancient Near East, focusing on women and goddesses in those ancient spheres. I am originally Swiss and currently live in Zurich, although I have spent most of my life in the UK, growing up in London and studying in Scotland. I’m interested in the different ways Politics and Religion intersect, and I’m excited to be a part of the Plot Politics team! 

Fernando Alonso

Editor

International Relations and Translation and Interpreting graduate, specialized in identity politics, nationalism, gender, and sexuality. Based in Geneva.

Aashna Dunwani

Editor

A curious mind that questions the functioning of everything led me to a degree in Psychology, coupled with my affinity for reading and writing the English language that eventually led to pursuing a postgraduate degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. A firm believer that one must always give back to society, I intend to make the best use of my abilities to inform and educate people about issues that matter, making the world a better place for generations to come, one day at a time! 

Andi Rexhepi

Editor

I was born in Kosovo however, my family and I have lived all over the world. First, we moved to Cambodia where we lived for 8 years, then Tanzania for 3, after which I moved to The UK for 3 years to study LLB Law at UWE Bristol, where I have recently graduated, and a month ago I moved to Geneva. I am a “people person” and love a good group of people around me and of course a strong believer in “together we can achieve more”. Now, I am pursuing a career in Law however Plot Politics is definitely something I want to be a part of alongside this. In my spare time, I do some work as a Social Media Manager and enjoy running and going to the gym. 

Vincent Raske

Editor

My background in International Relations and Security attests to my expertise in matters of international politics, political economy, as well as conflict, and cooperation. I have presented my research at an international conference and have been active in various voluntary capacities throughout the past years. With experiences in various multicultural environments, I have networked in academic and business cycles, developing my research, editing, and communication skills. Don’t hesitate to contact me in German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, or Portuguese.

Clara Király

Editor

Born and raised in Geneva, I am a fresh International Relations graduate with a major in International Politics and a minor in International Law. Having dedicated most of my studies to the analysis of global politics, I am delighted to be able to contribute to Plot Politics as an editor. I am particularly interested in the Asia-Pacific region, issues of security, human rights, development, and sustainability. In my spare time, I love to read, draw and cook as well as tend to plants.

Steven London

Editor

I completed dual degrees – a B.A. in International Relations and a B.A. in Diplomacy at the American University in Bulgaria. I hold a M.A. in English with a focus on professional writing from Northern Arizona University. I also am a graduate of the European Academy of Diplomacy. Prior to my academic career, I served in the United States Army for nearly a decade. As a Purple Heart recipient, he advocates for veterans’ issues. Steven’s passion for editing revolves around his desire for life-long learning. His other passions include philosophy, art, and travel.

Muhammed Hussein

Editor

I have been a published translator for over 10 years. Studying Linguistics and Translation in Alexandria, where the past meets the future, I excelled in creative localization. My news translations are published on award-winning platforms such as Al-Monitor and Mada Masr. In 2016, my most recognized translation of 80 Gigawatts of Change by the Heinrich Böll Foundation’s futuristic study was published on Egypt’s energy pathways.

Phoebe Pierce

Editor

I am a copywriter and copyeditor, native to San Francisco, California, in the United States. I received her Bachelor’s of Arts Degree from Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York, in 2016. I studied literature, philosophy, English, APA, MLA, and Chicago writing, middle eastern history, and art history. I enjoy writing engaging, fun, and easy-to-read blog articles and long/short copywriting about global affairs, culture, music, food, and world travel. 

Danial Zaili

Editor

Graduated in English and Theatre Studies from the University of Melbourne. English Teacher in Japan. Seeks a career in Public Relations. I am familiar with a lot of International English’s having been in and out of the Commonwealth. I possess a wide variety of interests so I will try and understand your topic as much as I can. I understand that non-native speakers usually struggle with the art of expressing their ideas naturally. My editing style is easy to understand; just keep it simple. Simplicity is clarity. Let me help you. 

Juan Villarba

Editor

I am a student of political science. I am deeply obsessed with international politics, particularly movements in Asia and the West. In my spare time, I like to read, sketch, watch films and take photographs.

Mindelai Bieri

Editor

I am a multicultural, multilingual project manager with degrees in Political Science, International Relations, and Social Sciences. Being passionate about politics, gender studies, and how we communicate with each other, I have been lucky to travel and work in numerous countries and projects. Gaining expertise and skills in the domain of Communications and Social Media, I have made it my field of preferred operations.

Lauren A. Ramires

Editor

I am a polyglot, first-generation American with degrees in International Relations, Education, and Business Management. I am passionate about politics, having dedicated a large portion of my studies and life to the Middle East Conflict and Gender in Politics. In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, photography, boxing, and reading. I am delighted to be a part of the Plot Politics team.

Wendy Kasera

Editor

I am an enthusiastic and skilled content editor with over 7 years of excellent service in the communications field. I am committed to providing clear, concise content for every project and for each client, working with a production team to create attractive and understandable material, and incorporating user feedback to improve publications and projects. I have experience in a variety of settings from editing and proofreading a wide range of communications collateral including feature articles, website content, annual reports, newsletters, media releases, and fact sheets. I am a skilled team player who can collaborate with other production team members and departments to create high-quality materials. Dedicated professional continually striving to raise the bar for publication quality.

Samuel Fenton

Editor

I am a recent graduate from Webster University Geneva, where I earned a BA in Psychology with distinction. I am planning to pursue a Masters in the following year. Currently, I am living in Geneva, although I have grown up in Canada, Kenya, and Hong Kong. For the past several years I have developed an interest in politics as well as the impact that people can have in shaping a better future.

Glory Dahunsi

Editor

I am Nigerian and an undergraduate of Journalism at the International Institute of Journalism, Nigeria, an Editorial Intern at the Nigerian Tribune Newspaper with an insatiable passion for the use of words and how they work. I also am a freelance editor who has worked on a number of blog posts, academic works, and theology books. When I’m not reading just for the fun of spotting grammatical errors, copyediting, or proofreading, I watch the breakdowns and analysis of popular VFX shots in the filmmaking industry as I am a CGI and Visual Effects enthusiast.  

Andrea Ruffoni Semidey

Editor

I graduated with honors from John Cabot University, having majored in International Affairs, with a double minor in communications and psychology. As a Venezuelan immigrant to the US, I was aware of the situation I left behind in Venezuela and became passionate about global issues. In university, I grew particularly interested in gender politics and sustainable development and aim to pursue a career and Masters in these fields. With an open heart, eyes, and mind, my work as an editor at Plot Politics is to guide and refine the conversations we publish about complex political issues around the globe.

Paul Omondi

Editor

I am an innovative and progressive professional with more than 10 years of experience in media production and management. I am an accomplished journalist and specialist in strategic communication, with vast experience in newsroom management, multi-media story-telling and reporting, editorial direction, social media management, online marketing, and business development. I am an inspiring leader whose roles have traversed multi-cultural and global environments. I am passionate about mentorship, sustainable development, social justice; and have a proven track record in stakeholder engagement, publicity campaigns, workflow design, and management.

Jessica Mbanda

Editor

I am an International Relations graduate from United States International University – Africa, currently pursuing a career in international development, and plan on pursuing a Masters in the same field. I have always loved writing and contributing to writing in any way that I can, specifically to change the narrative about my country Rwanda and Africa in general. As someone who grew up in a post-genocide society, I am passionate about ensuring that what happened in my country never happens again anywhere in the world. As an editor at Plot Politics, I hope to contribute to enhancing the way stories about global conflicts and challenges are told.

Amedeo de Pretto

Editor

Born in Geneva, Switzerland, I moved to Canada to study Political Science at Carleton University, where I discovered a passion for political theory which I then pursued at Cambridge, writing my master’s thesis on the ways in which the work of Antonio Gramsci can help us make sense of transhumanism’s recent emergence into the political mainstream. When I’m not browsing Geneva’s used book markets, you will most likely find me out photographing the city or sitting down for tea in the old town.

Stefan Pajović

Editor

I hold a PhD in Philology from the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Philosophy. My main area of academic interest is Anglophone literature. Apart from writing academic papers and attending conferences, I also work as a content writer and translator. Here at Plot Politics, my goal is to polish the team’s articles so they convey their message in English loud and clear.

Apeksha Ellena Patrick

Editor

Digital Content Specialist! Born & brought up in India. I hold a Bachelor’s & Master’s degree in Journalism & Communication from Manipal University, India. Passionate about creative writing, I love reading too! Always keen to explore new places. On a never-ending journey of pushing my boundaries as a writer & editor.

Simon Sundaraj

Editor

As a freelance professional and a lifelong learner within the field of Geostrategic, Sustainability, Open Source Research, Human Capital Evolution, and Technological Industry Transformation; I view global political challenges as an inter-relationship between nations and among fellow internal communities with profound importance because, the key for a better future is communication, in crafting viable solutions. It is necessary to create an avenue or podium to share and cultivate concepts in an open and transparent public forum. I believe Plot Politics is the ecosystem, whereby idealism and realism becomes a beacon of enlightenment of greater consciousness.

Silvia Zarzuela

Editor

I am a History Graduate with a master’s degree in Advanced European Studies and a lot to say. I see the world we live in as a huge book where all of our stories are written; where in order to understand the plot you need to start from the beginning and in order to unravel the trick, you need to look behind the curtain.