Jazmín Bazan is a magna cum lade historian from the University of Buenos Aires and studied for a Master's Degree in Journalism at the University of San Andrés. She has also taken seminars on Education and Public Policies, at Flacso, the University of Torcuato Di Tella, ColumbiaX, HarvardX, Amnesty International, Reuters, and The Knight Center. She was a scriptwriter and columnist on national television, has produced and starred in history videos for social networks, and collaborated with local and foreign newspapers, like elDiarioES. She specializes in gender and education, and is a part of a Latin American network of young journalists (Red LATAM). For the past four years, she has worked for Clarín, the most important newspaper in Argentina. She is a Rosalynn Carter Center fellow and has also won several awards (from the World's Editors Forum and the Argentinian Society of Medicine) and grants from the International Women's Foundation and other institutions, such as Unesco and the UN. She has participated in programs supported by the US Embassy for young leaders, held by the "Fundación Universitaria del Río de la Plata", the American Chamber of Commerce, and the University of Colorado Boulder. Throughout her career, she has held various positions at national and international media outlets. Her goal has always been the same: to bring science, environmental, historical, and gender issues, to the non-expert public; and to generate content that makes an impact, pushing for social changes. Recently, she has been chosen as a young woman leader by Vital Voices South America.
Transatlantic Media Fellow(she/her)