Jacobo Garcia is an Spanish journalist with more than 20 years of experience covering the American continent. He was a correspondent for the newspaper El Mundo for Latin America, a correspondent for The Associated Press (AP) in Colombia and Venezuela, and later formed part of the El País delegation in Mexico. He has covered more than 30 elections throughout the continent, two coups (Honduras and Venezuela) and countless natural disasters, including the earthquake in Haiti or volcanoes in Guatemala. He has published in Argentina, Mexico, Chile o CNN TV and his reports on the demobilization of the FARC or smuggling in Venezuela have been published in the Washington Post. He has participated in various collective books on journalistic coverage and the role of Spain abroad. Editor García Márquez Award in 2017 for Innovation for a work on violent gangs in Honduras and García Márquez Award 2021 for the best coverage for reports on the border between Mexico, Guatemala and Belize. Winner of the True Story Award 20/21 for the best report and finalist for the Cirilo Rodríguez Award 2022 for the best correspondent and special correspondents from Spain abroad.