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Julienne Gage is a Washington-based researcher, writer, and multimedia producer who works as a consultant for news, documentary, and international aid projects. Her clients have included BBC, NBC, Discovery, Telemundo, Univision, Al Jazeera, HDNet, and The International Reporting Project, Inter-American Development Bank, Catholic Relief Services, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Howard G. Buffet Foundation, and World Learning. She holds master’s degrees in anthropology Western Washington University and Spanish-language journalism from the El País School of Journalism at the Autonomous University of Madrid, and a bachelor’s in peace studies from Whitworth University.

IMG_4017Gage has more than a decade of experience working on news, documentary, and media projects focused on Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa for mainstream news outlets and international aid organizations. She holds master’s degrees from El País School of Journalism in Madrid, Spain and Western Washington University’s Department of Anthropology in Bellingham, Wash, and a bachelor’s in Peace Studies from Whitworth University in Spokane, Wash. Prior to relocating to Washington in 2009, Gage spent five years working and researching in Central America, Cuba and Spain, and seven years writing and producing in Miami, Florida.

Gave has written for publications including El País, The Miami Herald, The Associated Press, EFE News, The Huffington Post, and The Global Post, and she has produced news and documentaries for companies such as BBC, NBC, Discovery, Al Jazeera English, Telemundo, Univision, and HDNet, and multimedia projects for the International Reporting Project,, Catholic Relief Services, and the Howard G. Buffett Foundation. Gage is also the producer and director of the award-winning independent documentary film La Gata: The Nine Lives of a Tango Singer Called ‘The Cat.’