Mark Frary is the editor and co-founder of Public Sector Travel. He has written about business travel management for the past 15 years for a range of industry publications. He is also online business travel editor of The Times. He is the current business travel features journalist of the year.
Rachael Jolley wrote a series on the US election for the New Statesman, and has written on politics for numerous national and international publications including the New Statesman, Comment is Free, and is the founding editor of the political blog Next Left. She was a researcher on the influential report Born Unequal, and has lectured on politics and journalism at LSE, and the universities of Sussex and East Anglia. She has written on business travel for the Financial Times, The Times and The Guardian among others, and was the managing editor of Business Traveller magazine.
Ian Morgan is an experienced journalist and former deputy editor of Business Travel World now based in Sydney. He has worked on both public sector and business travel titles, including Health Service Journal, Local Government Chronicle, Nursing Times, White Paper, Dial and Connect.
Julie Moline is a writer and consultant based in New York. A former editor-in-chief of Corporate Travel magazine, she has written about business travel for Money, The International Herald Tribune, the Daily Telegraph, Institutional Investor, The NYSE Magazine, Business Travel World, Business Travel News, Entrepreneur, trip.com and womenentrepreneur.com. She also specializes in redesigning association publications, counting among her clients The Society of Incentive Travel Executives (SITE) and the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE).Print This Page