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Teresa Bouza -- Computational Reporting

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Co-Founder Computational Reporting

Teresa Bouza is a foreign correspondent for Spanish-language news agency EFE. Previously, Bouza worked as a reporter in Madrid for the Spanish financial daily Cinco Dias before being recruited in 1999 by The Wall Street Journal to work in the newspaper’s Spanish-language edition in New York. Bouza was awarded a Cabot Fellowship at Columbia University in 2003 and the Julio Anguita Padilla Award by the Foreign Press Association in 2004.

Bouza’s project, the Computational Platform for Investigative Journalism, will provide news using data-driven reporting and serve as a hub for data mining tools, training and assistance for investigative journalists.

She holds a master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, with a concentration in broadcast and new media, and an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University Complutense de Madrid in Spain. She was the a 2012 Knight Fellow at Stanford University.

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