Emily Douglas

Emily Douglas

Emily is currently the Managing Editor at Human Resources Director.

She studied Classics and Classical Civilisation at University College London, where she wrote extensively for the university’s magazine, PiMedia. Emily also studied for one year at The University of Geneva, where she read Medieval Literature and Ancient Greek Philosophy.  Before joining Key Media, Emily worked in several journalistic roles, writing on national and international markets.

Contact: Emily.Douglas@keymedia.com

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