Paula Molina is a Chilean journalist, radio host, TV panelist, news editor and founder of innovative journalistic projects in digital and legacy media. Master of Public Policy, Harvard Nieman Fellow ‘13, Molina oversees the development of tens of audio series on Chilean podcast platform "Cooperativa Podcast," on issues such as gender equality, science or current events. Radio host and editor at Cooperativa, one of the most trusted Chilean news networks, she has worked as a daily live news host and interviewer since 1999. She's been a BBC News Mundo regular contributor since 2014, and her comments have appeared at BBC Radio and other platforms. She is also a weekly panelist on a woman-only political prime time program on Chilean TV. Molina has been honoured for her contribution to the empowerment of women in Chile and for her covering of poverty and environmental issues, and was distinguished as “Outstanding Graduate” from University of Chile School of Journalism. She is a board member of “Comunidad Mujer,” a Chilean ONG promoting women’s rights, and for "Foundation for Poverty," a Chilean ONG for overcoming poverty. Molina is one of the founders of "LaBot," first Chilean news chatbot, supported by the Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists.