Cecilia is a Colombian-Luxembourgish journalist whose career has crossed virtually very media platform: digital, print, television and radio. She has worked as a senior editor, journalist, blogger and columnist for newspapers and magazines in multiple languages and formats.
Cecilia has led various publications in her native Colombia, as well as in Argentina and California, where she was the editor of Stanford University’s magazine. Currently, she is a blogger at Forbes.com and an op-ed columnist in El Tiempo, Colombia’s main newspaper.
Previously, she was a columnist in Newsweek Magazine, and her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Times Magazine, Chicago Tribune, Toronto Globe & Mail and Mother Jones magazine. In Colombia, where she won that country’s equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize, she was a commentator on national TV and a professor at Javeriana University.
She holds a B.A. in Journalism from Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano in Bogotá.