Fernanda is a media professional with robust editorial, research and storytelling skills, spanning multiple platforms. For the past eight years, she worked at The Economist, based in New York, as a Programme Director for the events department. Fernanda is also the author of BrazilYorkers (2014). Written in both English and Portuguese, the book captures the way a diverse array of Brazilians love, struggle, and understand the city they chose to call home. She has extensive experience working for all the major Brazilian broadcasting television networks as a news reporter and newscaster. Fernanda holds a Master's degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunication Program (ITP) and has written on state and national politics, foreign affairs, finance, technology, sustainability and energy for organizations like Rede Globo, Rede Record, SBT and Rede Bandeirantes.