Xochiketzalli Rosas Cervantes was born in 1988 in Estado de México, México. She is a Mexican journalist and feminist. She is interested in journalism oriented towards health and human rights issues. Actually, she is the Co-director of Factual, a mexican organization dedicated to creating networks between media organizations and journalists around Latin America and the Caribbean, since 2013. The main projects of the organization are: Distintas Latitudes, a digital journalism platform; the LATAM Network of Young Journalists, an initiative to identify, train and connect journalistic talents in twenty countries around the region; and the Latin American Forum on Digital Media and Journalism, the main place for exchange between differents native digital media. For six years she was a researcher and reporter for the Mexican newspaper El Universal. Her chronicle "The man who dreams of a 'Land of the deaf'" won the first place in the text category of the Faces of the Discrimination Award 2016. She participated in cross-border and collaborative investigations with journalists from all over Latin America, one of them was "# PasóEnLaU", an investigation launched to learn about the situation of sexual harassment in Latin American universities and "Violence during Quarantine", a collaborative and trans-national investigation about gender-based violence during the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America.