Editor in chief
Jamie Kendrick is the editor-in-chief of the Green European Journal.
He previously served as an advisor on European affairs and foreign policy in national and international institutions. Laurent also advised the French-speaking Belgian Green Foundation Etopia and the Green party Ecolo.
Edouard Gaudot works as a political adviser to the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament. He is a historian and political analyst, and has previously worked at the College of Europe (Warsaw) and for the European Commission in Paris.
Adam Ostolski is a sociologist, columnist and activist. He works at the University of Warsaw and is a member of the Krytyka Polityczna. He was co-editor-in-chief of Zielone Wiadomości (Green News) 2009-2013 and co-chair of the Polish Green Party in 2013-2016.
Riikka Suominen is a journalist based in Helsinki, Finland. She is the editor-in-chief of Green political magazine Vihreä Lanka in Finland. Previously, she was the editor-in-chief and founder of the ecological lifestyle magazine Huili.
Roderick Kefferpütz works for Germany’s only Green-led regional government as Deputy Head of Unit for Policy and Strategy in the State Ministry of Baden-Württemberg. He was previously head of office for MEP Reinhard Bütikofer, Co-Chair of the European Green Party (EGP). He holds an MPhil from the University of Oxford.
Annabelle holds a Master’s degree in Global Development from the University of Leeds, with her dissertation exploring student protest against neoliberal education policy in Chile. She has previously lived in Spain and South America.
Outreach and Communications Manager
Seden Anlar is a political communications specialist with a background in Law and Global Politics, and an MSc in Journalism in Europe. Prior to joining the Journal, she pursued a career in political journalism, has written for various Green media outlets, and is currently hosting and producing Big Green Politics and Green Space Podcasts.
Clara Dassonville graduated from Unversité Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle, and wrote a thesis on think thanks and the European elections. She is currently the Editor in Chief for the student association Eurosorbonne, and works as an intern at the Green European Journal for publishing and communications support.
Jennifer is an intern at Green European Journal with a background in law and politics, and an MA in European Studies from KU Leuven. Her work experience at CEJI- A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, ACP Young Professionals Network, and the African Union Diaspora Youth Initiative have solidified her expertise in the execution of EU funded projects, human rights advocacy, policy monitoring and analysis, and stakeholder engagement.