Co-Founder Composure Media and former BBC News Correspondent
Luisa Baldini was a recognisable face on the BBC, where, as a TV correspondent for 12 years, she covered a diverse range of current events from as the Amanda Knox trials in Italy, to the trial of Radovan Karadzic at the International War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague and the death of General Pinochet in Chile. In her latter years at the BBC, she was a Deputy Royal Correspondent covering the period of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and The Duchess of Cambridge’s first solo Royal engagements.
Luisa Baldini moved to New York with her family in 2014, during which time Composure Media was established. She is now back working in the UK but continues to consult US - based clients, including presentation coaching for Vermillion Talent, a women’s career re-entry programme in New York.
Ms Baldini is also an experienced event facilitator and moderator. She speaks Italian and French and lives near Oxford