Jill Langlois is an independent journalist based in São Paulo, Brazil, whose work focuses on politics, human rights, social justice and the impact of socioeconomic issues on people’s lives. She has covered everything from Venezuela’s refugee crisis and the lives of women in the aftermath of a prison massacre, to solutions to domestic violence that focus on the abuser and a soccer team that acts as a support group for transgender men. Her work has appeared in publications like the Los Angeles Times, National Geographic, The New York Times, The Lily, The Associated Press, The Sunday Times, Teen Vogue and Foreign Policy. Jill is fluent in French and Portuguese. She holds a degree in journalism from Ryerson University in Toronto and is a 2018 Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grantee. Her reporting will focus on indigenous issues in Brazil.