Gabriela Barzallo (aka GB) is a bilingual journalist and aspiring documentary filmmaker living between Ecuador & New York City. She worked at Democracy Now! and her work has appeared in the North American Congress of Latin America, NPR, Prism, Latin America News Dispatch, Remezcla, etc.
She writes about Latin America, human rights, politics, the environment, immigration, etc, and has reported from Argentina, Ecuador and the United States.
Even as a young journalist, she has managed to conduct interviews with Ecuadorian presidential candidates and prominent figures such as Yalitza Aparicio, Natalia Lafourcade, and Roger Waters.
She has a Bachelor's Degree in Media, Culture & Communications from New York University.
As a cultural manager, I have collaborated with institutions, and artists in the development, logistics and promotion of diverse projects. Before the pandemic began, I worked with the Latin American Writers Institute (LAWI), an organization devoted to promoting Latin American & Latino literature in the United States.
I am always looking forward to applying my multimedia, storytelling, bilingual and multicultural abilities, while making a positive impact in the world.