An award-winning journalist, broadcaster, and entrepreneur, Philippe is a former Head of News and Current Affairs at the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SBC).

He spent much of his professional career in Zurich, New York, and Washington—where he was White House Correspondent and Washington Bureau Chief for the SBC. A former editorial producer of the Geneva International Human Rights Film Festival, he sits on the board of the Swiss chapter of Reporters Without Borders. Philippe is the co-author of Trump: De la démagogie en Amérique, (2016), Slatkine & Co in Paris.


Jamil Chade is an award-winning Brazilian journalist, author, and international correspondent specializing in international relations based in Geneva.

He has reported from more than 70 countries, with a focus on trade, health and development, human rights, and the fight against corruption. He has contributed to international media such as the BBC, CNN, El País, The Guardian, CCTV, Al Jazeera, France24, La Sexta and others.

The author of eight books and a three-time nominee for Brazil’s Jabuti Literature Prize, he has twice been voted Best Foreign Correspondent by the Brazilian organization Communique-se. 

Chade is an ambassador for the Adus Institute, a humanitarian agency helping refugees in Brazil, a board member of the Vladimir Herzog Institute, and a member of the Freedom of Expression Commission of the Brazilian Bar Association. 

Stephanie Nebehay, G|O Contributor.

Stephanie Nebehay is a former Reuters’ Geneva Bureau Chief with a journalistic career spanning more than 35 years. She previously reported from London, Paris, and Vienna. As head of Reuters' multimedia bureau in Geneva, she led its daily coverage of the World Health Organization during the COVID pandemic and also produced exclusive deep dives.

Stephanie has extensive contacts in Geneva's aid, health, human rights, legal, and trade communities. She has reported on Swiss news and major money-laundering trials in Geneva, Lausanne, and the Swiss Federal Criminal Court in Bellinzona. Awards: Overseas Press Club (Wash DC, 2016) and French Légion d'Honneur (2021)

 Awards: Overseas Press Club (Wash DC, 2016) and French Légion d'Honneur (2021)


David Jenny is an international relations and political science student at the University of Geneva. He has a keen interest in the multilateral ecosystem and global security-related issues. David joined the Geneva Observer in March 2023.