Clavel Rangel Jimenez


Clavel Rangel Jimenez (She/Her) is a Venezuelan journalist based in Miami, serving as a freelance reporter and co-founder of the Network of Journalists from the Venezuelan Amazon. With a background in investigative journalism, she worked as a Senior Editor at El Tiempo Latino in Washington, D.C., and as the Editor-in-Chief of the award-winning newsletter Soy Arepita. Passionate about human rights, environmental issues, labor, and immigration, Clavel's work has been featured in prestigious publications like The Guardian, Univision, Correo del Caroní, and She was a Resilience Fund Fellow in 2020 and is currently a fellow at the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime and an IRE's 2024 Chauncey Bailey Journalist of Color Investigative Reporting Fellow. In 2023, she joined the Oxford Climate Journalism Network. She studied journalism at the Andrés Bello Catholic University in Guayana and served as a professor there. X: @ClavelRangel | LinkedIn: @ClavelRangel

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