Reporter and Podcaster
Eul is an independent journalist who lives and writes in Cologne. She reports about human rights and social activism worldwide, specifically about feminism, diversity and modern slavery; about the impact of technological development and digitalization on society; and about traveling.
Previously, she has worked as one of the editors for print and online at EMMA and as a news editor at Deutschlandfunk Nachrichten. As one of the Arthur F. Burns Fellows in 2017, she was a visiting journalist to "The Globe and Mail" in Toronto. In 2018, she reported from India as one of the Robert Bosch Foundation’s Media Ambassadors India-Germany and worked as a visiting journalist to the "The Hindu" in Mumbai.
In her podcast "Fast 40", she discusses with very different people the strange in-between age, when you are no longer young, but not yet old either. Alexandra Eul studied Theatre-, Film and Television Science, Political Science and Psychology at the University of Cologne and Journalism at Hamburg Media School.
Human Rights, Politics, Society, Digitalization