Nabila Ramdani Biography

Nabila  Ramdani

Nabila Ramdani is a French-Algerian journalist and broadcaster who started her career in the BBC Paris bureau, covering the 2007 presidential election which swept Nicolas Sarkozy to power. Born in the French capital, Nabila is a graduate of the Paris VII University and the London School of Economics. An early career as an academic saw her teaching at Jesus College, Oxford University, and the University of Michigan in America. A highly prolific commentator for outlets ranging from the IndependentGuardian and Washington Post, to the BBC, Sky News and Al Jazeera, Nabila has carried out numerous interviews with all of France’s recent heads of state, from Nicolas Sarkozy to Emmanuel Macron.