I'm a versatile journalist who has reported from more than a dozen countries. I worked for Reuters in several Latin American countries for about eight years. I wrote about youth gangs and drug trafficking in Guatemala. I reported on Evo Morales' efforts to empower Bolivia's indigenous majority. I wrote about farming in Argentina. I covered Ecuador’s decision to grant asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. My strong interest in the environment prompted me to write about biodiversity in the Galapagos, melting glaciers in the Andes and oil pollution in the Amazon. In 2014, I moved to New York to work as a Senior Reporter for LatinFinance in New York, where I learned about how investors fuel economic growth in Latin America. I graduated from the M.A. Science, Environment & Medicine program at Columbia Journalism School in 2016. I then worked as an investigative reporter for eight months. Over the past few years, I’ve published stories in The New York Times, The Guardian, Scientific American, and Slate. My first book, "Things You Can Do: How to Fight Climate Change and Reduce Waste" was published by Penguien Random House in April 2022.