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Born in Tunisia, of French nationality, Sonia Mabrouk was a university professor before becoming a journalist. Graduated of the Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales in Tunis and of the Sorbonne University in Paris, she taugh for 5 years postgraduate classes in the fields of management and international trade.
In 2005, she began her career as a journalist with the magazine Jeune Afrique in Paris. In 2009, she joined the television channel Public Sénat. In 2013, she joined the radio station Europe 1 to present the morning political interview until now. At the same time, she also presents a midday show on Cnews.
In addition to her media activities, Sonia Mabrouk is an author. She has published three books.
Very involved in the dialogue of cultures, Sonia Mabrouk is also at the origin of an Association in partnership with UNESCO which promotes the museums of the Mediterranean.