Florencia manages various SembraMedia’s initiatives. She is responsible for monitoring the progress of each project and coordinating with the people involved in these initiatives.
In charge of SembraMedia´s finances, administrative processes and accounting policies. Melanie also supervises financial statements of sub-grantees in programs such as Velocidad.
Martina works in the administrative area of SembraMedia, managing tasks such as supplier, service and office contracting. She also supports SembreaMedia’s finance department.
Feli manages product design and technology for SembraMedia and the digital media ecosystem it serves. She empowers innovation through the implementation of new technologies.
Rocío provides support to the Innovation area. She contributes to keeping the digital resources that the organization offers to media entrepreneurs in the region up to date.
Naimid manages SembraMedia’s communication strategy for events, initiatives, and social media, the email newsletter, and more. She is the creator of the Metis program.
Carol manages SembraMedia's social media, adapting the organization’s content for social networks and fostering conversation with SembraMedia virtual communities. She supports the communications team.
Fabiola has a Master’s degree in journalism and communication from the University Evangélica Boliviana. She is also a contributor to two experimental digital journalism projects.
Paulette is a journalist with a Master’s degree in Media and Globalization. She is the founder and president of Red de Periodistas, the first investigative journalism network in Chile.
Miguel is a communications consultant and a professor at the College of Communications and Contemporary Arts (COCOA) at the University of San Francisco in Quito, Ecuador.
Natalie Van Hoozer is a bilingual journalist and translator in Reno, Nevada. She works for KUNR Public Radio, Northern Nevada’s NPR member station, and Noticiero Móvil.
José is a journalist, blogger and director of Puerto Rico BloggerCon, a convention that brings together digital content creators from throughout the Island.
Indhira is a professor at the Instituto Tecnológico in Santo Domingo, D.R. She is an experienced cultural journalist and broadcaster, and a Fulbright Scholar.
In addition to serving as SembraMedia’s ambassador in Uruguay, Sebastian Auyanet is a strategic media consultant for SembraMedia’s Velocidad Accelerator and SembraMex sustainability program.
She says she founded "Diario el Vistazo" after taking Janine Warner’s online entrepreneurial journalism course at the Knight Center, where she was inspired by Janine’s message to “just do it.”