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Anna Tobur

Anna Tobur, Account Director

Weber Shandwick

My Job

I lead the Technology, Media and Telecoms Policy Practice, helping clients across various industries navigate increasingly complex regulatory environments. Combining my background in EU policy with extensive communications experience, I provide strategic advice on integrated advocacy and thought leadership campaigns, often across the EMEA region, aimed at reaching influencers and informing policy-makers at the highest levels.

My Experience

Prior to joining Weber Shandwick in July 2018, I was a Senior Manager at Burson, Cohn & Wolfe (formerly Burson-Marsteller) focusing on competition, technology, defence and government affairs. I also worked at the AJC Transatlantic Institute, where I was responsible for relations with the European Parliament and as an assistant to Marek Siwiec, Vice-President of the European Parliament and MEPs Andrzej Wielowieyski and Bronislaw Geremek.

My Proudest Achievements

Contributing pro bono to the award-winning campaign advocating for the Single Seat for the European Parliament, which won a Gold Award in the Public Affairs category at the EMEA SABRE Awards in 2013.

My Education

  • Master’s Degree in European Studies, Maastricht University
  • Master’s Degree in Law, European School of Law and Administration in Warsaw
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and International Relations, Warsaw University

My Languages

Polish, English, Italian.

My Interests outside work

I love travelling, near and far and as often as possible. I dance flamenco and do sports (nowadays mainly futsal) to compensate for long hours at the desk. I also enjoy going to concerts, theatre performances and art exhibitions. During weekends you can often find me lounging in one of Brussels’ cafes with a book, usually a biography, memoir or a historical novel.

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