Kalliope is Deputy Editor at Infrastructure Investor, focusing primarily on the print edition, the latest role she’s assumed since joining the company in 2013. Kalliope initially covered the US market when she was based in New York, but has since relocated to Europe, where she oversees Infrastructure Investor’s team of reporters in London, New York and Sydney. Prior to joining PEI Media, she worked for Reuters in Athens as Energy Correspondent and has published a number of bylined articles that have appeared in the International Herald Tribune (now New York Times), The Wall Street Journal Europe and The Financial Times.
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