Ivo Dawnay is a journalist and writer who works with The Financial Times as a Freelance writer, communications director, creative director, and political researcher, a role he assumed in January 2016 and has been there to date. This page will explore his education, biography, career, and other aspects of his life.
Ivo Dawnay Biography
Ivo was born on December 9, 1952, in Hampshire, England, but his family moved when he was 5. There was no information about his parent’s identity, but we found out the name of his sister Caroline Margaret.
Ivo’s brother-in-law is the popular politician Boris Johnson, who once served as the British Prime Minister. His wife, Rachel Johnson, is the younger sister to Boris, and her parents are Stanley Johnson and Charlotte Johnson Wahl.
Dawnay and Rachel tied the knot in 1992 and have three kids: Oliver, Charlotte, and Ludo.
Ivo Dawnay Education
The name of the high school he attended is unknown, but upon graduation, he proceeded to Trinity Hall, where he graduated with a BA in English Language in 1974.
Ivo Dawnay Career
Most journalists are known to work for a short while with companies, but Ivo is quite different from them. He first got a job at the Financial Times & Sunday Telegraph as an EU correspondent, Brazil correspondent, Chief Political Correspondent, ST Foreign editor, and Washington Bureau Chief in 1980. He stayed there for 18 years before joining GJW, Weber Shandwick, and Freelance as an International political consultant.
He joined The National Trust in April 2004 as a Communications Director till he joined the Financial Times.
Ivo Dawnay’s Net worth
Ivo’s net worth is still being determined, as we could not get information about his earnings.