Annabelle with new deputy editor-in-chief

Barbara Loop is the new deputy editor-in-chief of Annabelle, effective immediately. The 39-year-old journalist has been with Switzerland's leading women's magazine since 2012 and will have an even greater impact on the magazine in her new role.

Barbara Loop is now deputy editor-in-chief of Annabelle.

Barbara Loop joined the company in 2012 as a trainee in the reportage department. Annabelle and worked as an editor until 2020, when she was promoted to Head of Lifestyle and became a member of the editorial team. A native of St. Gallen, she studied sociology and economics in Basel and Paris and completed diploma training in journalism at the MAZ in Lucerne. She is the mother of two daughters and lives with her family in Bern.

"I am delighted about the new task and the trust placed in me. Together with the best-positioned team, I'm committed to keeping us on the ball with current topics and new ideas, occasionally surprising people, and remaining as strong a journalistic quality product as we are." "Barbara Loop has shown in recent years how talented, creative and professional she is. She played a key role in shaping the relaunch of the magazine and is extremely valued by the team.

I am delighted to have her at my side as a sparring partner and competent colleague," says Editor-in-Chief Jacqueline Krause-Blouin. The Annabelle The editors-in-chief are Jacqueline Krause-Blouin, Barbara Loop and Sven Broder.


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