Katerina Vittozzi is an award-winning freelance broadcast journalist and videographer. Since 2013, Katerina has been based in Accra, Ghana. From there, she travels extensively across the continent and has covered some of Africa's biggest news stories. Katerina's worked on a wide-range of issues from politics to security, women's empowerment, the arts, fashion and the environment. Katerina's coverage of West Africa's Ebola epidemic was dubbed "a masterclass in storytelling" by judges in 2015's One World Media Awards. She won their "New Voice - Young Journalist of the Year" prize. Katerina was also awarded the British government's Ebola Medal for Service in West Africa, in recognition of her extensive media coverage of the outbreak. Katerina's video and radio work has been broadcast on the BBC, France 24, Deutsche Welle, RFI and CCTV Africa, amongst others. She is a graduate in English literature from St. Anne's College, University of Oxford.