Iván Carrillo (CDMX, 1970). Journalist, editor and TV host specialized in science, health and the environment. He is co-founder and co-director of Historias sin Fronteras and En Común (podcast). He is a member of the 2016-17 generation of the MIT Knight Science Journalism Fellowship and is part of the National Geographic Society's global community of Explorers. As well, Ivan is the general editor of the Tec Review platform specialized in science, innovation and entrepreneurship and is the head of the Ibero-American Scientific and Cultural News (NCC) that is broadcast in 20 countries and three languages. Recently he launched the Aquatic Atlas program on YouTube dedicated to the conservation of the oceans. He has collaborated with the most important national media and his reports in Natgeo (LA) and Newsweek en Español have been recognized with the most outstanding awards in Mexico.
Independent journalist in Buenos Aires, specializing in health and human rights issues. Maria Laura has twice been a finalist for the Gabriel García Márquez Prize for Ibero-American Journalism (2016 and 2018) and was a member of the panel of judges for the Roche Prize for Health Journalism in 2017. She was awarded the Oxfam-Gabo Foundation Scholarship for Migration Journalism 2019. She has collaborated in international media such as The New York Times in Spanish, News Deeply, Revista Global, RedAcción, Salud con Lupa, Escritura Crónica and Distintas Latitudes; and in Venezuelan media such as La vida de nos, Revista Clímax, Prodavinci, Venezuela Migrante and Armando Info. She is co-author of "Wild Days: 15 true stories to understand the collapse of Venezuela" (Punto Cero, 2019). She was part of the founding team of the Venezuelan media Efecto Cocuyo, where she covered health and other areas. She earned a degree in social communication at the Central University of Venezuela and is working on her thesis for a Master's Degree in human rights and social policies at the University of San Martín. She is currently part of the global team of Chicas Poderosas.
Investigative journalist with interests in issues related to human rights. Johanna has coordinated projects such as The Hunger Generation, winner of the 2019 Ortega y Gasset Award in the multimedia coverage category and Vertical Fraud, which placed second in 2020 for the Ipys Venezuela Award. Finalist in the 2018 Gabo Award for the series " They are Political Prisoners, so are we", and nominated in 2019 for the series JM Voices, both times as part of the team of La vida de Nos. Member of the winning team of the 2017 Award for Excellence in Journalism of the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) in the news coverage category for the series of reports "To Die Once, Twice and Three Times of Hunger." Recipient of a Special Mention for the 2019 IAPA Award for Excellence in Journalism in the Human Rights category for her participation in the podcast series "Voices of Helplessness.” Special mention in the Ortega y Gasset 2021 awards for her participation in the project “The Confined,” in La vida de Nos. Member of the Latin American Network of Young Journalists, of Distintas Latitudes, and member of the Connectas Hub.
Venezuelan journalist, graduate of the Catholic University Cecilio Acosta (Maracaibo, 2013), and graduate in political marketing from the University Arturo Michelena (2014), and in human rights from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (2020).
Since 2020, Hector has collaborated with the website Venezuela Migrante, telling stories about migration, human rights and gender issues. He is the author of the report "As we Arrived, so We Leave,” which narrates the journey of a family that migrated from Peru to Venezuela in the midst of the pandemic. He is also co-founder of the "Migrant Capsule” journalism project, which provides information to the migrant community residing in Peru.
He received a scholarship from the Facebook Journalism Project to attend the Entrepreneurial Journalism Creator program at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at City University of New York (CUNY).