Enrique Acevedo

Anchor, Univision

Master's in Journalism, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. 2019 Pritzker Fellow at the University of Chicago. Anchor, Noticiero Univision late-night edition. Has covered the news around the world for print, broadcast and digital media. Has also reported on every major event in the US for the past decade. Has interviewed some of the most influential figures in the world, among them President Barack Obama, Philanthropist Melinda Gates, Nobel Laureates Jody Williams, Desmond Tutu, Mario Molina, Konstantin Novoselov, Kofi Annan, Biran Schmidt, and Juan Manuel Santos, as well as many other global leaders in the fields of science, entertainment, finance, and technology. Work has been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, El Pais, Reforma, Milenio, Letras Libres, Fusion and the New York Review of Magazines. A frequent contributor on NPR's Here and Now and on many radio shows across Latin America. Named one of the "Top Latinos in American Newsrooms". recently joined CBS News as a correspondent for the new 60 Minutes program "60 in 6".