Julienne Gage is a Washington, DC-based journalist, cultural anthropologist, and project manager. She has researched, written, commissioned, edited, and produced news, documentaries, and multimedia educational materials for media organizations such as BBC, NBC, Discovery, Al Jazeera, Univision, Telemundo, HDNet World Report, PRI The World, Cuba Trade Magazine, Devex, and the International Reporting Project. She has also managed research and communications projects for global development, diplomacy, and civil rights organizations such as Inter-American Development Bank, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Catholic Relief Services, and World Learning. She currently works as a senior web content manager for the national Latino advocacy group UnidosUS, running their education blog ProgressReport.co. Gage has master’s degrees in anthropology from Western Washington University and in journalism from the Autonomous University of Madrid’s El País Escuela de Periodismo, as well as a bachelor’s degree in peace studies from Whitworth University. Her career has taken her across Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Europe, and the United States.