I have been a professional journalist since 2014. I have been fortunate to report on topics that I am passionate about and that impact my community.
I won a prize in Cuba, my country of origin, and I published a book about Cuban documentary film, a subject that even today I am passionate about.
I got my first opportunity as a reporter in the United States in 2016. I worked for Univision Communications as a multimedia journalist. In this work I made important coverage such as the 2016 presidential elections in the United States.
Since then, I have been developing my skills as an MMJ and as a research journalist.
Currently, I get a Master's in Arts by the State University of New York (SUNY at Albany) and I am a Ph.D. student in Miami. My studies are aimed at cultural research, writing for the media and the impact of reporters in the community, specifically Hispanic reporters.
As a responsible journalist, I will go where necessary to clarify the facts and the history of the people in my community. I believe in the possibility of changing the state of things with our voices.
I believe in the fourth power, in balanced information, justified, contrasted from various points of view.
That's why I entered this business; because it is more than just a job, it is a public service that allows viewers, readers, listeners, recipients in general to form their own opinions on each issue and take action, revolutionize their own status quo.