Women in the News Network
WINN is the first network of Hispanic American women journalists created to promote digital innovation in media, deploy female journalists leadership and raise their voices throughout a collaborative intelligence platform.
WINN seeks to empower women in integrating technology and creativity to boost a new journalism, more humane, data oriented, with high quality and transparency.
International leaders from journalism, communication and academic fields have participated collaboratively in WINN 2020/2021 initiatives through webinars, seminars and training sessions.
Solutions Journalism Network
The New York Times
George Washington University
Worlds of Journalism
Knight Center for Journalism
Radio La Clave
Agence France Presse (AFP)
Radio La X
Innovation Media Consulting
María Eugenia Estenssoro
JOURNALIST AND SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR
Marina Walker Guevara
Carlos E. Huertas
Journalist and entrepreneur
We believe in
The generation of equal opportunities for women in journalism.
Independent and transparent journalism with high quality standards and an ethical use of sources as an essential social service for democratic societies. We aim to be diverse, inclusive and bring a pluralistic view.
People, their talent and values.
Collaboration as a key factor to enhance new paradigms in journalism promoting better stories and high quality content.
Networking as a valuable space to exchange best practices and professional experiences, expanding the network with new enriching visions.
Technology as the main facilitator to recognize what the audience seeks, to produce new formats and innovate in storytelling.
The first Hispanic American network of female journalists, editors and media outlets that interrelate through training activities, collaboration and professional exchange. With more than 2,800 Spanish speaking members, WINN is a unique community in Latin America.
WINN was created in 2018 in Argentina with the support of Accenture and the purpose of promoting equal opportunities for women journalists through digital training and collaboration among members. Since its birth, WINN has operated through an executive director and a board formed by top journalists from Argentina and Chile with the institutional support of the most important media outlets in the region.
Who we are
REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS HEAD at Accenture – CEO at WINN
Velocity Director at SembraMedia
Silvia E. Fesquet
Chief Editor at Clarín
Director of Trends, Science & Health at INFOBAE
Angélica Peralta Ramos
Manager at La Nación Data
Bernardita del Solar Vera
Former Chairwoman at Asociación Nacional de Mujeres Periodistas
Journalist and Academic UDP
Editor of Revista Sábado, El Mercurio
Former Publisher at Newspaper El Colombiano and Director of ECOLAB
Sandra Karyna Carvajal González
Chief Editor Home at Semana
Carmen de Carlos
Correspondent at ABC Spain
Deputy Director of Publico.es
Media outlets and key journalism organizations
support WINN ‘s work.