Patricia Sulbarán Lovera is a Venezuelan reporter and multimedia producer based in Los Angeles as a correspondent for BBC News Mundo, the Spanish-language service of the BBC. She studied journalism in Caracas and has lived and worked as a reporter in Venezuela, Colombia, England and the United States. Her latest work primarily focuses on immigrant communities impacted by US policy, the influence of the Spanish language and Latinx community in the US and the rights of women in the US and Latin America. Her TV documentaries about femicide in El Salvador and rural immigration from Guatemala to the US have aired on several BBC news channels and online in both English and Spanish. Her coverage of breaking news events such as the Parkland High School shooting and the impact of Hurricane Irma on minority communities of South Florida has been translated and broadcasted in several BBC outputs.