Maria Teresa Ronderos

director Latin American Center for Investigative Journalism

María Teresa Ronderos is director and co-founder of the Latin American Center for Investigative Journalism (CLIP). She has coordinated several cross-border investigations in the region on issues such as migration, corruption, disinformation, and religious organizations. She has been a reporter and editor of several Colombian media and has published her stories in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Chile, and Spain. She is the author of the books Retratos del poder (Planeta, 2002), 5 en humor (Aguilar, 2007), and the best-seller Guerras recicladas (Aguilar, 2014). She has been a winner of the Ortega y Gasset Journalism Awards. The University of Columbia awarded her the Maria Moors Cabot Prize in 2007; in 2014 she was awarded the Colombian Simón Bolívar National Award as Journalist of the Year.

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