Alexandra Abreu Loureiro heads Brunswick Group in Portugal and the Portuguese-speaking world since 2013. With more than 25 years’ experience in international journalism, public affairs and government relations, she covers private and public sector strategic communications and specializes in crisis, cyber and reputation in various geographies. She has advised leaders and global listed corporations across sectors.
Alexandra formerly led communications at Portugal’s Ministries of Defense, later Foreign Affairs and Development Aid. She is a qualified national defense auditor, awarded with the National Defense Merit Medal. As a journalist, she worked for the BBC World Service in London and The International Herald Tribune in Paris and was an award-winning anchor with Portugal’s leading news channel.
Alexandra is a guest lecturer on crisis and leadership at NOVA School of Business and Economics and a board member at Portugal’s Family Business Association. She chairs the CPE think tank for Portuguese Studies in London. Alexandra is a graduate from the European Business School in London, holds an MA Political Science from Catolica University. She is fluent in English, French, Spanish, Italian, working knowledge in German, in addition to her native Portuguese.
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