|Full name||Laura Stadler-Jensen|
Laura Stadler-Jensen is an American freelance journalist based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Topics of interest include environmental technology, organic farming and manufacturing, genreal business, and IT, telecom and mobile communications, in addition to gastronomy, holistic health/wellness, and Scandinavian traveland culture. Credits/Clients include: Copenhagen Exclusive Magazine, Climate Consortium Denmark, Denmark Chamber of Commerce, Yogacentralen, Dorling Kindersley Publishing, MPH Communications, Random House, Sennsheiser Communications, Tokyo 2016 Olympic Bidding Committee, and Worktrotter Denmark.
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing|
|Last updated||28-09-2011 18:09|
Laura Stadler-Jensen has served as a freelance writer and editor, as well as communication consultant for the last four years. Prior to that she worked in corporate public relations.
In her PR career, she worked in many industries including healthcare, financial services, media and entertainment and technology. Early on she worked with clients including Canon, 3M, Advanced Micro Devices, and AT&T in Dallas and Austin, Texas. She also worked with non-profit associations including the Austin Alzheimer's Association and the American Diabetes Association.
While in New York and Boston working for Edelman PR Worldwide, the world's largest independent PR agency, Laura serviced a number of high-tech clients including Analog Devices, Applied Materials, Gateway, Reuters and Targus International. On the corporate side, she managed and directed PR departments for San Francisco-based Digital Island, now owned by Cable & Wireless plc., and Grand Central Communications, in addition to GN Store Nord, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Most recently, Laura assisted in the Tokyo 2016 Olympic Bid Committee with PR efforts in Denmark.
Laura earned a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin and an Associates degree in Arts and Sciences from Eastfield College. She has completed Master level courses in European studies at Roskilde University in Denmark and a summer school course in "Producing and Using New Media" at the University of Helsinki in Finland.