Thanks for visiting my site! I'm a Colombian American journalist who lives in Berlin. I moved here originally in 2016 thanks to a fellowship with the Robert Bosch Foundation. I speak Spanish, German, French and a decent amount of Hebrew. 

Recently I taught American college students a radio storytelling course at the Center for International Educational Exchange (CIEE) in Berlin. I also produced behind the scenes videos for the international Emmy-award-winning show, Deutschland 86. I'm always a freelance reporter, working on stories as time allows.

I've been awarded a number of other fellowships, including the RTDNA Jacques I. Minnotte Fellowship for health reporting, Journalists in Aging Continuing Fellowship from the Gerontological Society of America and New America Media, the National Health Journalism Fellowship from the Center for Health Journalism, Columbia University's Age Boom Academy Fellowship and the MetLife Foundation Journalists in Aging Fellowship.

My bylines include NPR's Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Weekend Edition, Here & Now, Latino USA, Marketplace, PRI's The World (a co-production with the BBC), Tablet Magazine, TIME, the Associated Press, the Agence France Presse, and short travel pieces for The New York Times. I've lived and worked in Tel Aviv, Hong Kong, New York, D.C., Las Vegas, Austin, San Antonio and Miami. 

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