Sonia Nazario

Sonia Nazario has more than twenty years of experience as a socially focused journalist, with her most recent position being as a project reporter for the Los Angeles Times. His reports and books have won numerous awards for tackling some of the country's most complex issues, such as hunger, drug addiction, and immigration. In 2003, his reportage La travesa de Enrique, the story of a Honduran boy who searches for his mother, won more than ten awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Best News Story, the George Polk Award for Best International Reporting, and the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Journalism. Kennedy for Journalism (Grand Prize) and the Asociación Nacional de Periodistas Hispanos' Guillermo Martnez-Márquez Award for Excellence. Nazario was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 1998 for a series of articles about the children of drug addict fathers.

In 1994, he won the George Polk Award for Best Local Reporting for a series of articles about hunger Read More chevron_right