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Rachel Lawler has started a new role as News Editor at Marketing Week. Rachel joins the title from the Early Years Alliance, where she edited the membership magazine Under 5.
Kabir Agarwal (@kabir_agarwal_) is now a Senior Finance Reporter for Sifted, reporting on European startups and venture capital. Kabir, who has moved to London, was previously a Freelance Journalist and a Senior Correspondent for TheWire.in.
Lucy McGuire (@lucyamcguire) has joined APL Media as a Branded Content Editor, working across paid for content for the ASTA Worldwide Destination Guide and National Geographic (UK) titles. Lucy will have opportunities to write editorial for the Nat Geo Traveller brands and is happy to be contacted on her Hotmail address and her APL address for travel related opportunities and news.
Channel 4 News
Channel 4 News has named Kathryn Samson as Scotland Correspondent. Kathryn joins the team following four years covering Westminster for STV News; she was promoted to Westminster Editor last year.
Chris Stevenson (@C_Stevenson) has been named International Editor at The Independent. Chris has worked at the paper for more than a decade, and first held the role of International Editor from 2016-2018. He previously served as Premium Editor.
Alanna Lynott has taken up a new position as a Writer at lovePROPERTY.com and wants to receive pitches and info on all things property related, including interiors, garden and real estate. This might include interesting or unusual properties up for sale or rent, case studies, DIY and decorating tips, and garden trends. The focus markets are UK, US, Canada & Australia. lovePROPERTY.com content is syndicated with MSN.com, which means it has the potential to reach millions of readers across the world.
Spencer Hart has joined Stuff magazine as Buying Guide Editor. Spencer has previously worked at T3 magazine and as a Freelance Journalist.
Freelance Update - Emma Rowley
Emma Rowley (@emma_rowley) has now left GRAZIA, where she was Deputy Editor, to go freelance. She was previously at the Mail and Telegraph, and is an experienced ghostwriter and author. She is available for commissions, book extracts and other projects.
Freelance Update - Helen Russell
Helen Russell, bestselling author and journalist, recently finished her sixth book and is now available for freelance commissions on Scandinavian lifestyle and psychology. Formerly editor of marieclaire.co.uk turned Scandinavia correspondent for the Guardian, her first book, The Year of Living Danishly, became an international bestseller, optioned for television. She's the author of five critically acclaimed books, translated into 22 languages. Helen writes for publications globally, including the BBC, The Times and The Sunday Times, the Telegraph, the Independent, National Geographic, Wall Street Journal, the Observer, Metro, Grazia, Stylist and Stella. She’s spent the last ten years studying cultural approaches to emotions and recently presented a documentary on the topic for the BBC World Service.
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