Daniel Villatoro García is the Executive Director of Visibles, a LGBTQI+ organization that focuses on training and communication. He coordinates ¡Exprésate! and has worked as an investigative journalist for various years. His work can be seen in outlets like Univision, ProPublica, and Radio Ambulante (USA); Plaza Pública (Guatemala); and Travesías (Mexico). He has taught courses for the OAS, IDB, Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas, and the Latin American Initiative for Open Data. He won the TRACE Award for Investigative Journalism and the Journalistic Excellence Award from the Inter American Society of the Press, on two occasions. He was a finalist for the Gabriel García Márquez and Roche Awards, and in the Iniciativa Idea de Innovación en Derechos Sexuales y Reproductivos.
María Luz Nóchez has been a staff journalist for El Faro since 2011 and has coordinated the Opinion section since 2019. She specializes in covering arts and culture, minority groups (the LGBTI community and indigenous people), and violence against women. In 2017, her piece “A paradise for child molesters” won the Latin American Award for Investigative Journalism from the Journalism and Society Institute and Transparency International. She has a bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences.
Dunia Orellana is a journalist, documentalist and director of Reportar sin Miedo. She works for investigative media outlets such as En Alta Voz and Reporteros de Investigación, for which she writes about human rights, sexual and reproductive health, gender and sexual diversity, children and youth, the environment and migration. She has also covered press freedom, electronic surveillance and privacy issues. She has directed and filmed documentaries about the LGBTI community in Honduras, as well as land defenders and indigenous populations such as Garífunas, Misquitos, Lencas and Maya Chortís. Her articles have been published in El Tiempo in Colombia, Univision, Anfibia and Presentes in Argentina, among others. She is a scholarship recipient of the Summit Foundation, GoJoven International, People in Need, Fundación Gabo, ICFJ and IWMF.
Guillermo Osorno is a journalist and writer. He studied journalism at Columbia University. He has been a media entrepreneur and founded the magazines Travesías, dF por Travesías and the website horizontal.mx. He was the editor of the magazine Gatopardo. He is the author of the book Tengo que morir todas las noches, una crónica de los ochenta, el underground y la cultura gay (I have to die every night, a chronicle of the eighties, the underground and gay culture). He is currently the host of the program Por si las moscas, which is broadcast on Channel 22. He collaborates with The New York Times and Gatopardo.