RESUME

EXPERIENCE

 

Univision Digital, the biggest Spanish-language media organization in the U.S-June 2016 to Aug. 2016

Political reporter: wrote breaking news and enterprise stories about the 2016 presidential elections, including an explainer about confusing terms, like xenophobia and populism, that were frequently used throughout the race. Uploaded content to CMS, edited stories written by freelancers, translated content from English to Spanish and participated in the coverage of the Republican and Democratic conventions.

 

The Pine Needle, Campus newspaper at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke-Aug. 2013 to May 2015

Spanish Language Podcast Editor: created bi-weekly posts to keep the Spanish-speaking community of the area informed about local news.

Sports Writer and Photographer: covered sports events. Wrote features about coaches and players, including a profile about the captain of the women’s soccer team who inspired her teammates with her passion and dedication.

EDUCATION

CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, New York, NY

M.A Journalism. Concentration: International Reporting- December 2016

  • Produced an investigative piece about the systematic persecution of LGBT Colombians by the different armed forces involved in the country’s brutal civil war; a radio piece about an HIV workshop that defies stereotypes about the virus in Latino communities; wrote a story about Israel’s movement to the political right during a 10-day trip to the country.

University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Pembroke, NC

B.S Mass Communication. Concentration: Journalism- May 2015

SKILLS
  • Software and interactivity: Photoshop, WordPress, CMS, Pro Tools, Premiere Pro, basic HTML and CSS, Illustrator, Camera Raw, Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • Hardware: Mac and Microsoft, DSLR, Canon C 100, Marantz PMD660 and 661
  • Languages: Native Spanish speaker, fluent in Italian and French

 

AWARDS

Participated as website designer and producer, reporter and photographer in a multimedia project about how New Yorkers deal with the specter of death. “The End” won a national EPPY Award on the Best College/University Feature Category.

 ORGANIZATIONS

National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Recipient of the annual NAHJ Scholarship for CUNY Journalism students in 2015.