Mr. Ulveman has extensive experience from the political world. He was the Head of Press for two of Denmark's most successful prime ministers, Poul Schlüter and Anders Fogh Rasmussen. From 2009-2011, he worked with politics and media at the international level, as he served as special advisor to the Secretary General of NATO. At NATO, he was appointed chairman of the NATO-working group on strategic communication, and international campaigns. In his tenure as special advisor to the Danish Prime Minister, Mr. Ulveman played a key role in managing the biggest foreign policy crisis in Denmark since World War II, the Mohammed cartoon crisis.
Michael is a trained journalist and has a background as editor-in-chief, political editor and correspondent for the newspaper Jyllands-Posten in Brussels and Washington, D.C. He has written numerous books, including the ground-breaking biography of Poul Schlüter written with his current business partner, Michael Kristiansen.
Michael has a broad network in the Danish Parliament and an ongoing dialogue and contact with Ministers, senior officials and influential politicians. With a network that extends beyond Denmark, Michael is in high demand in Denmark and abroad as a personal advisor.
2011- | Partner, KristiansenUlveman
2009-2011 | Special advisor to NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen on strategic communications
2005-2009 | Head of Press for the Prime Minister's Office and special advisor to Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen
2002-2005 | Editor-in-chief and CEO, Dagbladenes Bureau
1996-2001 | US-correspondent, Jyllands-Posten, Washington, D.C.
1994-1996 | EU-correspondent, Jyllands-Posten, Brussels
1990-1994 | Political editor, Jyllands-Posten
1988-1990 | Political reporter, Berlingske Tidende
1987-1988 | Head of Press, The Conservative Party