Dan Keeler is Editor of Frontier Markets at the Wall Street Journal and the founder of New York’s FM Network, which hosts gatherings of finance professionals focused on smaller emerging markets. From 2003 to 2011, he was the editor of Global Finance magazine, where he steered the magazine’s coverage toward corporate responsibility and emerging markets. Prior to that, he served as a freelance editor and writer for various publications, including New York magazine, and provided consultancy and editing expertise for a number of non-profit groups. Through his own content management company, Celerity Media, Keeler worked as an editorial consultant in various industries, including advertising and private banking. He has created content for several websites and built a number of them as well. From 1997-99, he worked as group production manager for one of the UK’s leading financial publishing firms, where he helped oversee the launch of Bloomberg Money. From 1995-97, he was deputy editor of Sunday Business (London). Prior to 1995, Keeler was a business reporter for Sky TV, BusinessAge and the South China Morning Post. He has a civil engineering degree from Plymouth University in the U.K.