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Stephania Corpi was born in 1984 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. She is a Mexican-French journalist who focuses on migration, human rights, gender equality and other under reported issues. She obtained her Bachelor's Degree in International Relations from the Tecnológico de Monterrey and after graduating worked as a reporter and editor at Reporte Indigo for five years covering politics, corruption and violence in Mexico. After moving to Peru in 2013, her freelance work for the past seven years has led her to photograph and report from Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil and throughout Central America for outlets such as Washington Post, El Pais, Thomson Reuters Foundation, WPR, The Guardian, Vogue Latin America, and Esquire Spain, among other local media outlets. In 2019, she attended the first Summer School at the Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford, where discussions focused on the future of journalism, paywalls, fake news, and AI in Media. She was also selected to attend the workshop “Reporting on refugees and migration through the eyes of children” at the Dart Center at the University of Columbia where she received a scholarship to report on the migration of Nicaraguan migrant children to Costa Rica. She has also received a grant from the Ministry of Culture of Peru Direction of Audiovisual, Phonography and New Media (DAFO) to develop a multimedia platform covering the routes of Venezuelans migrating to Peru. She’s also a fellow of the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) on the Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice in the Americas Program where she’s currently developing a project. She owns a certifications from Berkley Advanced Media on Podcasting. She’s also currently enrolled at the International Center of Photography on the Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism and a recipient of the ICP’s Director Fellowship.