Alessandra Pugliese is the founder (with Francesca Riario Sforza) of Stinger in Italy, currently a freelance journalist (member of the Italian Journalists Association), a tv news producer, a stringer and a fixer for many international media. She has worked for The Wall Street Journal Europe, Rai, Reuters Tv, La7 TV and fixed for The Washington Post, Dan Rather Production, NPR, Radio Canada, The New York Times Video, Bloomberg TV, Al Jazeera web, The National, Deutsche Welle and the Sunday Times among others.
She also works as press officer for cultural events, publishing groups, media programs, political campaigns and NGOs. She has been the spokesperson of the President of the Human Rights commission of the Italian Senate in the XVI Leg, councilor to the Ministry of Culture in the XVII Leg and most recently press officer of the Italian Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Livia Malcangio is a professional interpreter, who translated for a number of world leaders during G8 Summits, international conferences and humanitarian missions. She was the personal interpreter of the Governor of Lazio Region for five years, and her clients have included George Clooney, George W. Bush, Tarek Aziz, the Mayor of Rome, and Italian and foreign Prime Ministers.
Co-organising the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates since 2001, she has developed a significative knowledge of the diplomatic protocol, a skill which is becoming rare amongst consultants. In 2013, she has published her book Being Nobel. She has worked as fixer for several Tv Crews.