Marc Glesener was born in 1969 in Esch-sur-Alzette, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. From 1992 to 2012, he worked as a journalist for the country’s largest daily newspaper, “Luxemburger Wort” (published by “Saint-Paul Luxembourg” – SPL *), where he held the following positions:

1992 – 2000: various news desks at LW (national and European politics, social life); 2001 – 2006: political editor, member of the board of editors at LW; 2006 – 2008: deputy editor in chief at LW; 2007- 2010: deputy managing director for all media at sol; 2008 – 2009: delegate editor in chief at LW; 2010 – August 2012: editor in chief at LW; 2011 – August 2012: Chief Content Officer at spl.

Between 2000 and 2001, Marc Glesener was secretary general of the parliamentary group of the Christian Social Party (CSV). From 2004 to 2008, he held the position of president of the Journalist Association “Union des Journalistes du Luxembourg” (UJL). He was Vice-President of the Luxembourg Press Council between 2008 and 2010.

In 2011 Marc Glesener completed the “Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program” **(AMP).
He has published articles in numerous international newspapers and magazines, was co-author, together with François Biltgen, of “En quête de cohésion“ (spl 2007), as well as co-editor of “Der Euro – turbulente Zeiten“ (spl 2012). He also acted many times as guest commentator at RTL Radio Luxembourg.

In September 2012, he founded the media consulting agency M(a)Gsolutions.

Marc Glesener

* “Saint-Paul Luxembourg” (SPL) is leader in Luxembourg’s media and printing sector. The group is active in the sectors of press, internet, radio, printing, publishing, bookshops and bookbinding. SPL is the editor of the leading newspaper in Luxembourg – “Luxemburger Wort” (LW)

**”Harvard Business School – Advanced Management Program” (AMP) is a powerful and transformative learning experience that explores the best management practices and latest strategies for sustaining a strategic advantage over the long term.