Mrs Moll has a background of 25 years in the ever-changing media landscape in Denmark. She has been working as editor in chief and managing editor and been a main driver in launching two national radio stations as well as turn around projects in the newsroom.
Profiting from this background, Mrs. Moll has been working for the last ten years as an international communication specialist and media advisor including gender diversity projects. Among the countries are: South Sudan, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Southern Africa, Myanmar, China, Ukraine, North Africa and the middle East.
Suzanne Moll is currently sub editor for the Covid-19 initiative at Fondation Hirondelle
Suzanne Moll is a strong advocate for gender equality and diversity as being a driver for change in media business, and has worked in several continents (Southern Africa, Europe, Middle East, Asia)
With over 20 years in media Suzanne Moll has an experience in most fields of the business.
Internationally she has worked in conflict and post conflict zones, fragile states
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Suzanne Moll is the 4x4 of the international media development community: She can pass any obstacle, and she has the experience and cultural sensitivity to work anywhere. She is at home both in government offices and in refugee camps, and she can work with all kinds of people. Danicom recommends her without reservations.
Suzanne er en stærk kommunikatør med talent for at se både de skarpe vinkler og den gode historiefortælling. Hendes viden og kompetencer inden for formidling i forskellige formater og på forskellige platforme kommer ud af en bred erfaring fra medieverdenen og en god indsigt i vigtigheden af strategiske valg og prioriteringer. Hun giver den personlige energi til alle opgaver, som lige får dem til at lette lidt mere.
I got to know Suzanne Moll when most countries closed their borders due to the pandemic and we had to change our training schedule from workshops on location to remote online trainings. Working in a refugee camp is not always easy, but continuing a training remotely while the internet connection in the camp is at best flakey takes a lot of patience, creativity and dedication. Our reporters have profited a lot from Suzanne's professional experience. She enabled them to grow as a team but she also supported their individual development at the same time. I highly recommend her without any reservations.
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