I can address questions about Mexican drug cartels, Mexican politics, U.S.-Mexico relations, the murders and disappearances of women in Mexico and U.S.-Mexico border affairs.
Author of a book titled "Harvest of Women: Safari in Mexico" (Peace at the Border; 2006), same book in Spanish "Cosecha de Mujeres: Safari en el desierto Mexicano" (Oceano; 2005); border journalist for 20 years; author of numerous academic and non-academic articles published in Great Britain, Germany, Spain, Mexico and the United States.
Investigative Reporters & Editors; International Committee for the Protection of Journalists; National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
El Paso Times (daily) newspaper.
Master's degree in political science, University of Texas at El Paso; bachelor's degree in mass communication, University of Texas at El Paso.
Numerous awards for journalism (news reporting, feature series, business reporting, column writing and investigative reporting); Ruben Salazar journalism award for lifetime achievement; U.S. Congressional Hispanic Caucus Leader in the Media Award; University of Texas at El Paso Communication Department outstanding alumnus.
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