Dr. Dr. Thierry Simonelli is a psychoanalyst, doctor of psychology and philosophy. He has taught psychology and philosophy at various universities in Paris, Reims, Metz and Luxembourg and is the author of several books. He has been in private practice as a psychoanalyst in Luxembourg since 2001.
He is editorial director at Expressis-Verbis.
Pierre Obertin is a mathematician and teaches at a Luxembourg secondary school.
Before that, he had been working independently in the field of website programming for several years.
At Expressis-Verbis, he is responsible for mathematics, statistics, logic and analysis.
Nathalie Meier is an economist and works as a wealth manager.
In her spare time, she has completed training in health and fitness. She is a book author and presenter.
At Expressis-Verbis she takes care of the content and design of the websites, as well as the communication.
Claude Pauly is a freelance filmmaker, director, musician and photographer.
He is very interested in the topics of health and fitness.
At Expressis-Verbis he is responsible for media content around films, interviews, photography and their technical processing.
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Lawyer, journalist and author of several books. Columnist for the satirical magazine Nebelspalter, retired NZZ columnist; former deputy editor-in-chief of Schweizer Monats. Twitter: @m_matuschek
Prof. Dr. Paula Diehl
Professor for Political Theory, History of Ideas and Political Culture, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Prof. Dr. Dr. Harald Walach
The clinical psychologist, philosopher and historian of science Prof. Dr. Dr. Harald Walach is a professor at the Medical University of Poznan, Poland and a visiting professor at the University of Witten-Herdecke (Philosophical Foundations of Psychology). He is also the founder and director of the "Change Health Science Institute". Prof. Harald Walach Visiting Professor Witten-Herdecke University Department of Psychology
Stephan Russ-Mohl is professor emeritus of journalism and media management at the University of Lugano and founder of the European Journalism Observatory. His most recent volume, published in 2020, is "Streitlust und Streitkunst. Discourse as the Essence of Democracy" (Herbert von Halem Verlag, Cologne).
Ole Skambraks, born in 1979, studied Political Science and French at Queen Mary University in London, as well as Media Management at the ESCP Business School in Paris. He was a Moderator, Reporter and Writer at Radio France Internationale, Online Editor and Community Manager at cafebabel.com, Programme Manager of the MDR Sputnik morning show and Editor at WDR Funkhaus Europa / Cosmo. He is currently working as an Editor in Programme Management/Sound Design at SWR2.