Alejandra Sánchez Inzunza is a freelance journalist based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She writes about crime, violence, politics and social matters in Latin America, Europe and the United States. Her stories have appeared in The New York Times, El País, Vice News, Folha de Sao Paulo and Caravan among others. Sánchez Inzunza won the Ortega and Gasset Award in 2014, the National Journalism Award in 2013, the German Journalism Award in 2015 and second place in the Latin American Drugs Award in 2014. She is co-founder of Dromómanos, an independent producer of journalistic projects, and is co-writer of the books Narcoamérica (Tusquets, 2015), Los 12 mexicanos más pobres (Planeta, 2016) and Visible Cities (Editorial RM, 2016). Sánchez Inzunza holds a master's degree in journalism from the Autonomous University of Madrid in alliance with the newspaper El País.