I always have being interested in observing, describing, explaining, and recording patterns of life, specially those from diverse cultural, and socioeconomic background. Therefore, I have a BA in journalism with a minor in anthropology, and I am studying a MA in media and culture. My young professional career has being in the non-profit sector. I worked in a grassroots organization which can be translated in English to “Community Press”, where we developed projects that create media outlets to give a voice to people of disadvantaged communities who become citizen journalists. I also worked as a research intern in the KIDS COUNT Puerto Rico Project of the National Council of La Raza, the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States. I am currently a Fanning Research Fellow in the Kettering Foundation exploring the role of media and journalism in democracy.