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Carola Hoyos started as a journalist at the FT in the late 1990s when she became United Nations correspondent in New York, covering the diplomatic consequences of the September 11 terrorist attacks and the run up to the war in Iraq. As soon as diplomacy died and US war planes crossed the Iraqi border, Carola moved to the UK to cover the geopolitics of oil and gas and the sector’s biggest companies, which then led to a stint as defence correspondent. She became the editor of FT Executive Appointments and editor of the FT’s Non Executive Directors’ Club in 2014. Carola holds a dual degree in economics and international relations from Tufts University.

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