Ginny is overall editor of the political bulletin and has a particular interest in West Africa where she has travelled extensively. She has a first degree in French and Italian and a Masters in English. She combines editorial work with writing fiction. She is co-editor of Riptide short story journal and her first novel, Africa Junction, was published by Random House in May 2011.
Veronica has worked on the Africa Research Bulletin for many years, and she is now the editor of the Economic Series. She has a degree in European Studies from UEA. Veronica currently combines her work on the bulletin with teaching French and Italian in the FE sector.
Liz is a long-standing member of the Africa Research Bulletin team. She holds a BA from the University of East Anglia in Comparative Literature and French. She has a background in teaching English and French as a Foreign Language in the Middle East, France and England in universities, companies and colleges. Alongside editorial work on the Africa Research Bulletin, Liz works as a freelance trainer, translator and materials writer.
Sam provides editorial duties for the Africa Research Bulletin alongside being the online editor for Africa Research Online. He is currently pursuing postgraduate studies within Social Anthropology at the London School of Economics. Sam has also worked as a researcher for development organisations based abroad and in the UK, and as a research assistant at the University of East Anglia.