The Geneva Communicators Network is a platform to exchange views, news and information for communication professionals working in the Geneva region. Currently the network has over 1000 members including professionals from communications, public relations, media and marketing fields. Membership is free – join us today!
The network provides updated information about news, events and publications on the web site. It also offers regular meetings with guest speakers working in fields linked to communications. Finally, members have the opportunity to network at occasional after work social events. Participation is free and open to all interested professionals working in communications. The Geneva Communicators Network is run by a volunteer team and supported by generous partners. It is not affiliated with any commercial interests.
The Geneva Communicators Network Team:
Patricia Goldschmid works as an independent communications consultant in Geneva, specialising in strategic communication, new media, as well as evaluation and measurement on an international level. Patricia has over 12 years experience working in project management and communications with organisations in the Insurance, Pharmaceutical, and IT sectors as well as consulting projects with numerous international organisations and non-governmental organisations. She has an Honours Masters of Science in Communications from the University of Lugano, Switzerland. Patricia also teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in communications at the International University in Geneva. As a complement to her activities in communications, Patricia’s second passion is photojournalism.
Glenn O’Neil has led evaluation, research and communication projects for international organisations and companies. Glenn’s area of expertise is in evaluation of communication programmes, which you can learn more about on his Intelligent Measurement blog. Glenn is a founder of Owl RE which supports organisations in analysing, assessing and evaluating activities in the communications, training/events and development fields, in addition to teaching research and communications courses at theInternational University in Geneva. Glenn is currently undertaking a PhD in research and evaluation methodology at the Methodology Institute of LSE (whose motto is “rerum cognoscere causas” – “to know the cause of things” which we quite like) and has a Masters of Science in Communications from the University of Lugano, Switzerland. In the decade prior, Glenn managed communication, education and training programs for the International Red Cross in Africa, Asia and Europe. And most importantly, Glenn plays ukuele, mandolin and mandocello with alt. folk group Kadia, coming soon to a podcast near you.
Melitta worked in Marketing and Corporate Communications within International Businesses for 13 years before becoming an communications consultant in 2007. Today, she helps businesses develop strong internal communications strategies and corporate messages that are delivered in clear and compelling English. She has a degree in Design Management and a CIM postgraduate diploma in Marketing and Communication. As well as her work as a consultant and editor, she also offers communications training.