Aurélie Moeri Michielin


  • 20 years of experience in communication, in both private and public sectors, including 11 years in agency environments
  • Member of the professional register of Swiss journalists
  • Graduate in Political Science (Lausanne, 1994), Postgraduate in International Relations (Geneva, 1996) and Digital Strategy Specialist Diploma (SAWI, 2020)

Aurélie Moeri Michielin joined ftc communication in April 2018 as a senior consultant. She is particularly in charge of projects in the health and energy sectors, where she develops communication strategies, writes for print and digital media, and advises and supports our client in all kinds of communication and PR initiatives.

A trained political specialist and postgraduate in international relations, Aurélie Moeri Michielin began her career in 1997 as a journalist for a travel and leisure magazine called Newland. Since 2002, she has been a member of the professional register of Swiss journalists, after two years of training at the Centre romand de formation des journalistes.

For the account of the Federal Office of Social Insurance (FSIO), she then contributed to the preparation of the family policy report presented in 2004 by Federal Councillor Pascal Couchepin.

Afterwards, she specialised in communication with the “Electriciens Romands” association, later integrated into the Association of Swiss electrical companies. There, she was responsible for communication for the French-speaking part of  Switzerland (2005-2008).

In 2009, she joined Newcom communication agency in Lausanne, where she later became a partner. Throughout French-speaking Switzerland, she has supported numerous SMEs, public authorities and organisations in the development of their corporate communication. She also has a high level of editorial capacity, with proven experience in tourism, renewable energies, health and several technical fields.

Fascinated by travels and distant cultures, she also accompanied Régis Colombo’s pictures with her pen in the coffee table book “Portraits d’Asie”.