EMMA TUCKER | Editor in Chief
The Wall Street Journal & DowJones Newswires
Emma Tucker is editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires. She is responsible for all global news gathering and editorial operations.
Previously, Emma was editor of the Sunday Times—the first female editor of the paper in more than a century. Before that she worked at the Times, where she held several roles including associate features editor and editor of T2, the Times award-winning daily features supplement. Emma also served as editorial director where she helped foster a closer working relationship between the editorial and commercial teams, before being appointed deputy editor.
Prior to the Times, Emma was a reporter with the Financial Times where she covered economics before moving to work in the Brussels and Berlin bureaus. She returned to London in 2001 where she served in several leadership positions.
Previously, he was head of the national news agency, LKBN Antara, a role he took on in January 2016. In its eighth decade of service, LKBN Antara is one of the main arms of government public communications with over 34 bureaus across the archipelago and the largest distributor of news content to over 250 media and other government and private offices in Indonesia and abroad.
As president director of LKBN Antara, he also serves as chairman of the board of commissioners of PT IMQ Multimedia Utama, and PT ANPA International.
His engagement in foreign policy initially began with his role as a journalist with The Jakarta Post (he eventually served as Chief Editor for six years) where he became a witness to the rise of multilaterism in Southeast Asia in the 1990s. Apart from his journalistic work he has also contributed to numerous journals and books on foreign policy.