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- Outreach to EU decision makers
- Outreach to member states government
- Regulatory analysis
- Strategic advice & messaging
- Early Community Programme/Stakeholders relations
- Issues Management
- Mappings, Monitoring
- Issues/company screenings
- Secretariat function
- Internal & external
- Public Affairs Capacity Building
- Image management/Perception Audit
- Media Outreach
- Social Media Strategy
- Corporate Communications
- Contact Programme
- Coalition building
- Branded Events
- Web development
- Graphic design/logo
- Jacob Lund Nielsen
- Tomasz Krawczyk
- Jacob Lund Nielsen
- Kevin Vindevogel
- Jacob Lund Nielsen
- Timme Bertolt Døssing
- Deborah Nash
- Sarah Cuvellier
- Jacob Lund Nielsen
- Lola Uña Cárdenas
- Timme Bertolt Døssing
- Maya Pavlova Doneva
- Jacob Lund Nielsen
- Pablo Asbo
- Timme Bertolt Døssing
- Katya Kalandadze
Ivan Hodač is the Chairman of the Board at cabinet DN. He is also a founder and a member of the Board of Directors of the Aspen Institute Prague. The Financial Times recently listed him among the most influential personalities in the Brussels politics. He was the Secretary-General of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) from 2001 until October 2013, where he represented Europe’s foremost automobile manufacturers.
Before joining ACEA, Ivan Hodač was Senior Vice-President and Head of the Time Warner Corporate office for Europe. Previously he was Secretary-General of the trade organization IFMA/IMACE, Senior Economist at Didier & Associates, and Assistant Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges. Ivan Hodač was born in Prague, where he studied mechanical engineering. He completed his education at the University of Copenhagen (economics and political science) and the College of Europe in Bruges (European studies).
Timme co-founded cabinet DN in 2005. He has built up his experience with a number of international clients in the ICT, food, pharmaceutical, biotech, internal market law, and environment & energy sectors. He often appears in the media as a commentator on EU affairs and was selected by Danish business weekly “BNY” as one of the ” Biggest Business Talents of 2006″.
Prior to this, Timme worked as an Adviser to the European Consumers’ Organisation (BEUC) and to the Head of Danish PSE delegation in the European Parliament, he was also a Political Adviser to MEP Torben Lund (PES), former Minister for Public Health. He also worked as an economist in the Danish Consumer Council (NGO) and was a political adviser to members of the Danish Parliament Jeppe Kofoed and Lotte Bundsgaard, former Minister for Housing.
Timme has an MSc in Economics and speaks English and Spanish, in addition to Danish.
Jacob is the Managing Partner of cabinetDN, which he co-founded in 2005, with a subsidiary CabinetChina based in Shanghai since 2012. cabinet DN is today the largest independent public affairs consultancy in Brussels. Jacob provides strategic advice and advocacy support to large multinational clients in the fields of technology, media, financial services, and transport.
He is a co-founder of MediaTrack, a media monitoring business based in Singapore and the Philippines and sits on board of its former subsidiary Retriever Danmark, sold to the Scandinavian media monitoring group Retriever in 2012.
He is the founder and board member to Financial Future, a UK-based non-for- profit group which aims to improve mutual understanding of key issues between legislators and the financial services industry. Members include some of the world’s largest financial institutions.
He is co-founder of the social networking site PapaFootball.com helping thousands of amateur soccer players meet up and play some ball!
Jacob frequently provides comment on European affairs, entrepreneurship, and politics, in various international and Danish media and as a public speaker and panelist. He is an individual member (trustee) of the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies since 2011.
He has previously worked as the Executive Director of the European Enterprise Institute, as political advisor in the European Parliament, and interned with the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
He was for two terms a visiting lecturer with the Charles University, Prague, teaching postgraduate studies in comparative politics and European integration strategies. He holds an MSc in Political Science from Aarhus University, Denmark,with further studies at Sciences-Po and Sorbonne in Paris, France. He is a former Young Leader with the American Council on Germany and Die Zeit Stiftung.
Deborah advises clients on audio-visual and digital issues. Due to her legal background, she also provides horizontal competence on competition law and state-aid issues.
Prior to joining cabinet DN, Deborah gained experience in another Public Affairs consultancy and carried out an internship with a Brussels-based NGO. She also undertook a legal apprenticeship with a firm of solicitors in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Deborah holds an LLM and an LLB in Law, both from Queen’s University, Belfast. She also spent a year at the UCL, Belgium. She is a native English speaker and also speaks fluent French and basic German.
Eddy has more than 30 years’ experience in running the Finance, HR, Administration and IT in companies specialising in professional management services. He has managed or supported a number of major commercial projects. Having started his career with the large US based IT-consultancy CSC, Eddy has spent ten years with the OSI Group, a UK based management support company which has become part of the Xansa group, a large UK based FTSE 250 IT company. His experiences within the OSI Group and subsequently Xansa have enabled him to develop a thorough understanding of the challenges associated with financial management in multi-national companies, as well as with mergers & acquisitions.
Since 2002, Eddy has worked as an interim finance consultant/manager on a variety of projects. Since 2010 as Finance Director at a large Brussels based Consultancy company. In May 2016 he joined Cabinet DN.
Lola has many years of experience as a senior public affairs and communications advisor in Brussels. She previously held the position of Chief Representative for the EU of the Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (UNICA). In this capacity, she also provided strategic oversight to shape and implement UNICA’s advocacy programmes. Prior to this, Lola worked as the EU affairs Director at ECG, the Association of European Vehicle Logistics, developing the Association’s network of contacts with policymakers and other stakeholders, and as a Consultant at Kreab & Gavin Anderson, where she handled a portfolio of transport, environmental and various other clients.
Her substantial experience in the field of public affairs and strategic communications is complemented by extensive knowledge of policymaking that she has gained after 13 years dealing with issues in the Brussels arena.
She speaks fluent English, Italian, Portuguese, and Dutch, besides Spanish as her mother tongue. She also has a very good command of French and Finnish.
Pablo is a Director who specialises in Competition issues. He has previously worked for four years at another leading public affairs consultancy, as Director of its Competition Team. Previous to that, he worked during six years at the Directorate General for Competition. There he worked in the Merger Network as legal advisor and case handler, dealing with the legal assessment of mergers & acquisitions in the energy, environment, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, transport, food, and basic industries sectors. He was also involved in EU law infringement procedures against Member States. Prior to the Merger Network, he worked for three years in the DG COMP’s antitrust unit in charge of the telecoms and postal sectors, dealing with antitrust investigations in those sectors and also Member States’ notifications of regulatory measures (article 7 notification mechanism). He has previous experience as legal adviser at British Telecom (Group Legal) in Brussels and DG INFSO (now known as DG CONNECT). Pablo has a Master’s Degree in EU Law. Pablo is of Argentian, Uruguayan and Italian nationality. He speaks fluent Spanish and English and has a good working knowledge of French and Italian.
A government affairs specialist with over 16 years of experience in European Union policy-making (including 10 years at the European Parliament), Sarah is Director for Media and Content.
She joins after 3 years at LVMH Group (Louis Vuitton – Möet Hennessy where she was Manager of Corporate Affairs in charge of intellectual property rights, trade and tourism issues. Prior to joining LVMH, she was partner in a EU consultancy founded after she left the European Parliament. In the Parliament, she was a senior political adviser to the Coordinator for the Liberal and Democrat political group in IMCO Committee and substitute in JURI Committee. During this time she focused on intellectual property rights issues, customs, e-commerce, retail, building products, packaging and labelling. Her main achievement was negotiations of the Directive 48/2004 on the Enforcement of Intellectual Property in first reading, following 4 months of meetings in informal trilogies
Sarah holds a Master’s Degree in EU Law.
A native French speaker, she also speaks in English and has a basic understanding of German.
Works on energy, environment and transport issues. She has developed a good understanding on climate change, traditional and renewable fuels as well as energy security.
Before joining cabinet DN, Maya was a stagiaire with the Royal Dutch Shell Company, in their European Union Liason Office. She supported the team in charge of EU policies on Energy, Environment and Climate Change.
Maya has a Master’s Degree in European Studies from the Institute of European Studies in Brussels, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the New Bulgarian University in Sofia, Bulgaria.
In addition to her Bulgarian mother tongue, Maya is fluent in English and French.
Kevin is working on digital issues.
He has experience in EU and Belgium institutions and campaigning.
With a Master in Public Administration and a degree in International Relations, he has worked in the offices of ALDE MEP Marietje Schaake, and of the then Belgian Foreign Minister Karel De Gucht.
Besides his native Dutch, Kevin is fluent in English and French.
Katya is head of practice for Health and Pharmaceuticals. She has extensive experience working in the area of EU public affairs: prior to joining cabinet DN, she worked at MHP Communications and Diplomat Communications in Brussels. Katya brings in the knowledge of EU competences, regulatory environment and stakeholders in the health sector. She has experience advising pharmaceutical companies, pharmacy retail/wholesale companies, medical device and digital health companies, patient organisations, and professional and trade associations.
Katya has spent six years in the United States working as Lecturer in Political Science and Government at Syracuse University, NY. She speaks fluent English, Latvian, Russian, and Dutch.
Tomasz works on financial services. Before joining cabinetDN he worked at the Polish Permanent Representation to the EU as a financial services attaché (2011-16, including the Polish presidency of the Council of the EU in 2011), dealing with capital markets, insurance and retail products. Previously to that, Tomasz spent 7 years at the Polish Ministry of Finance, specialising in insurance regulation.
Tomasz is a lawyer by training. He holds a Master Degree from the Higher School of Commerce and Law, and diploma on insurance from University of Warsaw. Besides his native Polish, he speaks English and is working on his Dutch.
John Bruton comes to cabinet DN with a wealth of political experience.
From 1994-1997 he was Irish Prime Minister (Taoiseach) and previously was Minister for Industry, Trade, Commerce and Tourism with key competences in sports. Until October 2009, he was Ambassador and EU Commission Head of Delegation in the United States.
Bruton is a strong supporter of European Integration and served as a leading member of the Convention that drafted the proposed European Constitution. He strongly supported proposals to give the general public a more direct say in the choice of EU leadership by allowing the public of the 27 EU Member States directly to elect a President of the European Commission.
Previously vice-President of the European People’s Party (EPP) and EU Ambassador in Washington DC, Bruton is currently Chairman of IFSC Ireland, a body set up to promote Ireland’s international financial services industry. Most recently, he was appointed Chairman of the EU Sports Platform, a non-profit organisation aimed at helping the sports world better understand why and how the EU institutions are becoming more important in influencing sports regulations.
John currently chairs the Financial Future Forum and serves as and Senior Adviser to cabinet DN . A Member of the European Parliament for Scotland from 1979-84 and 1999-2009, he was the Vice-Chairman of the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, where he worked as Draftsman (Rapporteur) or ‚’shadow’ on all major financial services legislation. He was also his Group’s spokesman for energy, research and technology.
Malcolm Harbour served 15 years as Conservative MEP for the West Midlands, and served years as Chairman of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee (IMCO) from 2009 to 2014. He was a key player in shaping policies and legislation for the single market, manufacturing industry, the digital economy, research and consumer protection. As leader of the centre right EPP-ED group on IMCO from 2004 to 2009, he led the successful campaign to adopt the Services Directive in 2006. Since 1999 has been lead MEP (Rapporteur) for 3 cycles of Electronic Communications legislation. For 12 years he was Vice President of the European Parliament’s Science and Technology Foresight Panel. He was appointed a CBE for services to the UK economy in 2013.
He did not seek re-election in the 2014 European Elections, and in July 2014, was appointed to the Council of Birmingham University. He is lay Council Member on the Research and Knowledge Transfer Committees and on the Board of Birmingham Science City. He maintains his strong interest in EU policy in a number of advisory roles. He is a Senior Adviser on the Single Market to the European Policy Centre, and a Senior Adviser to Cabinet DN. He has worked on institutional reform with the Centre for European Policy Studies, and delivered the 2015 Birmingham European Law School Annual Lecture. He is a Director of the all party UK Parliamentary Forum, the Digital Policy Alliance, and Chairs their working group on the Digital Single Market.
Before his election to the Parliament in 1999, Malcolm spent 32 years in the motor industry, as an engineer, a senior commercial executive, a consultant and a researcher. After gaining a Cambridge degree, he began his career in 1967 as a Student Engineer at BMC Longbridge.
Poul Skytte Christoffersen obtained a Master of Economics from Copenhagen University and shortly after entered the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen. During 1995 to 2003 he was Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Denmark to the European Union in Brussels. From 2003 to 2005 Poul was Ambassador to the Royal Danish Embassy in Rome and Permanent Representatives to FAO, WFP and IFAD. Subsequently he served as Head of Cabinet to Commissioner Fischer Boel. From 2009 to 2010 he was Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Denmark to the European Union in Brussels. He then became Special Advisor to High Representative Ashton.
In addition, Poul is also a chairman of think tank “Europa”, Copenhagen, and “Chairman of the Board” to the think tank “The European Policy Center”, Brussels.
Alexander de Roo was Member of the European Parliament (1999-2004) for the Dutch Green Party, where he was rapporteur for EU Directives on noise, air pollution, Emission Trading. Prior to that, Alexander was scientific advisor to the Green Group in the European Parliament, active in the Amsterdam City Council and founding father of the Dutch Green party. He studied chemical technology in Delft and political science in Amsterdam.
He has represented the European Parliament in the management board of the European Chemical Agency in Helsinki (2007-2009) and is also the chairman of the Dutch NGO Waddenvereniging, protecting the UNESCO World Heritage of the Waddenzee in the Netherlands.
Mr de Roo is advising clients on issues related to European energy and environmental policies including topics such as energy efficiency, Smart Grid, biodiversity, ecological footprint, chemicals, waste, noise levels, as well as pollution of air and water. He is also leading our Round Table on Clean Tech issues.
David advises clients on media strategies and corporate communication. In 1986 David joined the Guardian, and was European Business Editor of The Guardian newspaper in Brussels. At The Guardian he was, inter alia, a leader writer, education editor, German correspondent, industrial editor and business news editor. In his latest Brussels role David reported on and analysed significant developments in European and global corporate affairs, including mergers & acquisitions, the financial crisis as well as EU issues such as energy/climate change, competition policy, economic and monetary policy, trade, industrial policy and financial regulation. Prior he was working for The Scotsman and London Weekend TV.
David is armed with extensive contacts in major European boardrooms and EU institutions, and was commended for his coverage of the 1984-85 miners’ strike in the British Press Awards and won the Anglo-German Journalism Prize for his coverage of German reunification. He has appeared regularly on French, German and British television and radio and has contributed to leading European newspapers and magazines as well as chairing conferences and speaking at events organised by EU institutions, think tanks and business/union bodies.
David has a BA (Oxford) in French and German and a MA (London) in French. A native English speaker and fluent in German and French.
Jacek is a Commercial and Company Law expert. He brings to cabinet DN his vast experience on the legal and pan-European political scene.
As well as being a partner at Misiewicz, Mosek & Partners Counsellors-At-Law he is also a Councillor at the Regional Parliament of Permerania in Poland.
Previously he was a bureau member of the European Peoples Party and a Councillor at Gdansk City Council.
Dr. Klinz currently works as external political advisor for selected companies in Brussels.
He is a former eminent Member of the European Parliament (2004-2014), from the Free Democratic Party of Germany, part of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe. He served as ALDE’s coordinator in the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) and was Chairman of the Special Committee on the Financial, Economic and Social Crisis.
Prior to his political career, Mr. Klinz was a Partner with McKinsey & Company in Düsseldorf and Paris. Subsequently he served as a Member of the Executive Board of a Swiss Corporation. After German reunification he joined the Executive Board of Treuhandanstalt, the German Government’s agency for privatization of the former East German industry. He finished his business career as CEO of a listed German company.
Luc Werring has 23 years of experience in the European Commission working in the field of transport and energy.
He was appointed Head of Unit in 1991 for matters relating to Safety, Technology and Environmental aspects of Land Transport in the Directorate General for Transport. In 2000, he took over the Unit in DG TREN dealing with “Regulatory Policy and Promotion of New Energies and of Demand Management. In 2005, he became the Principal Advisor (Directors level) to the Director General of DG TREN.
In his years at the Commission, Luc was responsible for the preparation and procedural adoption of numerous Directives and other legal acts in the fields of technology in transport, road safety, transit rights, IT equipment in transport, renewable electricity, energy performance of buildings, biofuels, co-generation,, eco-design of energy consuming products and energy efficiency.
Luc graduated as civil engineer with honors at the University of Delft and worked until he joined the European Commission at an engineering firm (Arcadis) and for the Dutch government.
Luc Werring is on the Board of the Rotterdam Climate Initiative and Senior Fellow to the Clingendael international energy program. He wrote several articles on transport, energy and environment and a 700 page book titled “EU Environmental Law“ that was published in the Series “EU Energy Law” by CLAES & CASTEELS bvba.
Luc Werring works since mid-2007 in public affairs in Brussels and recently joined our Energy, Transport and Environment team as senior advisor.
After a consular experience in France, Veronique spent 2 years in the European Parliament in Brussels before joining, in 1989, the EFPIA and the pharmaceutical sector where she covered several disciplines over the years (regulatory, legal, communication and public affairs). She joined the private companies world in 1996, whereby she set up from scratch the Public & Government Affairs Department for the former Aventis (ex- French-American company RPR) by increasing their representability of the company in the EU scene. She repeated the same exercise with Sanofi a couple of years later where she became Vice-President of European Public & Government Affairs, also serving as advisor on EU affairs to the CEO and to the high-level management of the company, at that time.
Early in 2010, she created her own advisory office as an independent policy advisor specialising in pharmaceuticals, medical devices and related issues to health. She also added a mandate of Managing Director from her own company, ACOPOL sprl, where she is still providing support for companies directly and has also supported the team of some consultancies in Brussels.
Veronique is strongly experienced in European advocacy and in leading public affairs missions in the private sector as well as for the associations connected to healthcare. To her strong background in public affairs policy for healthcare related matters and an in-depth knowledge of European decision-making processes, she also benefits from an extensive network within the European institutions and with some national capitals. She has demonstrated skills in building relationships within companies and in external institutions and has the ability to secure short – mid and long-term company objectives from an economic and market access perspective.
Dan Wolff is Director for Transport.
He has in-depth experience in EU regulatory affairs of network industries and either establishing or overhauling representative organisations and units.
Since 2005, he has been active in EU transport policy for a number of railway, road and aviation clients. He has also headed the political team of the European Rail Infrastructure Managers and the European Affairs unit of Réseau Ferré de France. In this context, he has dealt with railway and intermodal issues such as the recast of the First Railway Package, the Eurovignette Directive or the “Better Airport” package. He is regularly providing railway expertise to various international organisations.
Prior to that, he took a leading role in the preparation and communication of the French Post Office position on a number of regulatory and policy issues. In particular, he helped developLa Poste’s lobbying strategy vis-à-vis both the revision of the Directive on the liberalisation of the postal sector and the Directives on public procurement.
Dan holds a Masters degree from the College of Europe, and a degree in law and political sciences.
He is a native French speaker and also speaks fluent English and Hebrew and some German.
Silvia works on media and sports issues. She worked for the offline sports betting operator Stanleybet as Communications executive in Brussels being in charge of the institutional relations with the European Parliament. She has acquired a sound knowledge of Member States gambling legislation. Silvia started her career as a consultant in Public and European Affairs advising a number of clients in the gambling, healthcare and cosmetics fields. Thanks to her past working experience and her academic studies she has an in-depth knowledge of the European and Italian institutions.
Silvia holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and International Relations and a Master’s Degree in European Studies. She studied in Italy, in the US and in Belgium. Italian national, she speaks fluently English and has a sound knowledge of French and Spanish.
Bartosz is responsible for public health, food, agriculture and environment issues. Before joining cabinet DN, he was an advisor at the European Parliament with an Italian Member of the EPP delegation. Prior to that, he worked for a Brussels-based NGO where he was in charge of the EU funding direct programmes.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and International Relations and a Master’s Degree in European Studies from the Sapienza University in Rome.
Besides his native Polish, he is also fluent in Italian, English, German and French.
Cécile works in our digital team.
Before joining cabinet DN, she was an intern at the European Parliament with a French Member of the EPP delegation. Prior to that, Cécile gained solid experience in European and Public Affairs as a consultant at Havas Public Affairs in Brussels where she was in charge of a wide range of issues relating to the internal market, consumer protection and the EU industrial policy.
Cécile is a graduate in European and International Affairs from Sciences-Po Rennes and University Paris I.
She is fluent in French and English and has a basic command of Spanish.
Petra works on energy, environment and health issues. Before joining cabinet DN, she worked with DG Environment at the European Commission on the TEN-E Regulation and on the related energy guidance besides diverse impact assessment issues. Previously to that Petra has gained experience with IBM ISSC and with the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the office of the Government Commissioner for the EU Presidency. She also completed a legal internship at Philippe & Partners Law Firm in the Brussels and Paris offices where she supported the environmental and energy law practice.
Petra is a lawyer graduated at Eötvös Loránd University and holds Master’s Degree in International Relations from Corvinus University of Budapest. She has also been engaged in postgraduate economic studies. In addition to that, she studied European policy at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle of Paris and spent a semester at the Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis in Brussels.
Petra is fluent in English and French, has a good command in German and speaks basic Spanish in addition to her native Hungarian.
Liga supports clients on issues related to data protection, taxation, audiovisual policy, as well as providing horizontal support for the Latvian Presidency of the EU. Prior to joining cabinet DN Liga worked at DG Regional and Urban Policy and gained experience at UNESCO in Paris and the Permanent Representation of Latvia to the UN in New York. She holds a Masters in European Affairs from Sciences-Po Paris and a Bachelor degree in International Relations from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Her mother-tongue is Latvian and she speaks fluent English and French.
Jorge is Spanish and covers numerous policy areas, including ICT, telecoms, IPR, audio-visual and data protection. Prior to joining Cabinet DN, he worked as a Policy Analyst in an Brussels based nonprofit organization working towards an open and more competitive ICT market.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, a Master’s Degree in European Studies and an LL.M. in European Law. He is also a qualified lawyer from the Bar Association of Madrid. Besides his mother tongue Spanish, he is fluent in English and German.
Astrid is a member of the environment and energy team.
Before joining cabinet DN, Astrid worked as Policy Manager EU Environment and Standards at the trade association TechAmerica Europe, where she managed the association’s environment and standards portfolio. Prior to that, Astrid was a junior consultant at PA Europe, a public affairs and strategic communication company, where she gained experience in a number of sectors including digital, food, health and environment. Astrid previously worked within the business development department of the development consultancy Human Dynamics and interned with the EU Institute for Security Studies in Paris.
Astrid is both a Spanish and Belgian citizen, and holds a Master’s degree in Political Science and Administration from CEU Cardenal Herrera University in Valencia, as well as an MA in the EU International Relations and Diplomacy from the College of Europe in Bruges. Besides her mother tongues Spanish and French, Astrid is fluent in English, and has a basic command of Dutch and German languages.
Ben works in our financial services team. He joined cabinet DN after doing a traineeship in Commissioner Hill’s cabinet, where he worked on various aspects of EU financial policy.
Before moving to Brussels, Ben studied economics and politics at the University of Exeter, and then did a masters in international development at LSE.
Born in the south of France to British parents, he is fluent in both languages. Ben also spent a year studying and working in Madrid, where he picked up a good level of Spanish.
Sonsoles covers copyrights, audio visual and media files. She has gained experience working in the European Commission (DG CNECT, DG EAC and DG JUST) in the areas of digital single market, digital policies and creative industries. Prior to that she worked for the Spanish Representation to the EU as policy assistant with the Counsellor for copyright, audio-visual and cultural affairs.
She studied Law and Art at the University of Salamanca in Spain and studied EU law during her Erasmus year at University of Gothenburg in Sweden followed by a Master in Laws (LLM) in intellectual property and privacy and information law at Queen Mary University of London.
Spanish is her mother tongue and she also masters English and French. She is currently working in improving her Dutch.
Nora is part of our digital team. She joined cabinet DN after working at the European Data Protection Supervisor where she was a trainee.
Nora graduated from the University of Bologna with a degree in law. She focused in particular on Privacy law and Data Protection law that she also studied in the UK during a one year Erasmus at the King’s College and in the US thanks to a research project with Fordham Law School. She collaborated with other research projects, in particular the World Internet Services Providers Liability Map developed by Stanford University. Nora speaks Italian, her mother tongue, she’s fluent in English and is working on her French.
Senior Office Manager
Rhian has overall responsibility for the general office administration, including organising meetings, ensuring the smooth running of the office, HR and provides support with the day-to-day management of the building and its financial and accounts procedures.
Rhian is Welsh and has lived in Brussels for more than 15 years. Her competences lie in office administration and she has worked not only for the European Commission, but progressed within international private and public organisations. She speaks English and French.
cabinet DN has built a strong peer-to-peer network of like-minded and competent independent consultancies across Europe and beyond. We have extensive experience building global public affairs and communications strategies and successfully executed multinational campaigns.
In addition, cabinet DN is a strategic partner of the Waggener-Edstrom Global Alliance with access to a network of more than 120 PR companies in the world.
cabinet DN is independent and our client base includes leading global companies, trade associations and government bodies.
Timme Bertolt Døssing and Jacob Lund Nielsen founded the company in 2005: hence DN. In 2015 Deborah Nash became our first internally promoted equity Partner after 8 years at cabinet DN.
The company is fully owned by the working partners and our staff. The management philosophy is Scandinavian, with an emphasis on openness, responsibility and results. We reside in our very own 1700 sq. m., 19th Century townhouse in the heart of the European-quarter.
Our team consists of more than +30 in-house staff and external advisers representing more than 20 nationalities which makes us one of the largest independent consultancies in Brussels. Together our staff reflect the many nationalities and cultures of Europe.
We are members of prominent associations such as the American Chamber of Commerce EU, Spanish Chamber of Commerce, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS),European Policy Centre (EPC), Danish business group VL76 and Society of European Affairs Professionals (SEAP).
In line with our commitment to transparency in public affairs, we are listed in the European Commission’s Transparency Register and are accredited with the European Parliament.