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Marina Giovannelli has reported and produced for NPR, The World, Marketplace, The Miami Herald and Univision. She has covered stories from Venezuela, Mexico, and across the U.S. Marina is the founding Treasurer of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists of South Florida and the creator of the ‘Best Guest Institute’, a training program to help veteran print reporters transition into the world of multimedia news.
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