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Teresa Bouza

Innovation and Technology Correspondent

EFE

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EFE

1252 National Press Building

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20045

United States

Company Description

Agencia Efe. Fehaciente, fidedigno y fácil. La información con EFE ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Managing Director

Wall Street Journal


Position In EFE News Service

News Media Guild


Affiliations

Stanford University

Knight Fellow


Education

master's degree

Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism


Web References(28 Total References)


EFE staff marks 10 years as part of News Media Guild - News Media Guild

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Teresa Bouza, now an EFENS reporter in San Francisco, highlighted from that first contract "the establishment of a 401(k), something so important for our retirement; the compensation for overtime, a normalization of weekend shifts, and the sabbatical year for professional development.
He's a star," said Bouza who was part of the negotiating commiteee in 2009. "The art of bargaining includes surviving those long, very long, meetings with the employer's representatives in which we gain little by little new benefits." Bouza said the bulletins and other messages e-mailed to all unit members explaining the bargaining process, alerting about changes, collecting information about grievances and responding to members' questions were very helpful.


IWMF - International Women's Media Foundation

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Meet 2012 grantees Teresa Bouza, Rebekah Fraser and Erin Polgreen (left)
Computational Platform for Investigative Journalism, a hub for data-driven reporting, tools and training, started by Agencia EFE senior correspondent Teresa Bouza. Bouza, a Knight Fellow at Stanford University, has worked since 2005 as a foreign correspondent in Washington D.C., for Spanish-language news agency Efe.


Teresa Bouza Computational Reporting | IWMF Alumni | International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF)

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Teresa Bouza Computational Reporting » IWMF Alumni
Teresa Bouza is a foreign correspondent for Spanish-language news agency EFE. Previously, Bouza worked as a reporter in Madrid for the Spanish financial daily Cinco Dias before being recruited in 1999 by The Wall Street Journal to work in the newspaper's Spanish-language edition in New York. Bouza was awarded a Cabot Fellowship at Columbia University in 2003 and the Julio Anguita Padilla Award by the Foreign Press Association in 2004. Bouza's project, the Computational Platform for Investigative Journalism, will provide news using data-driven reporting and serve as a hub for data mining tools, training and assistance for investigative journalists. She holds a master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, with a concentration in broadcast and new media, and an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University Complutense de Madrid in Spain. She was the a 2012 Knight Fellow at Stanford University. Learn more about Teresa Bouza.


IWMF Alumni | International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF)

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Teresa Bouza is a foreign correspondent for Spanish-language news agency EFE.
Previously, Bouza worked as a reporter in Madrid for the Spanish financial daily Cinco Dias before being recruited in 1999 by The Wall Street Journal to work in the newspaper's Spanish-language edition in New York. Bouza was awarded a Cabot Fellowship at Columbia University in 2003 and the Julio Anguita Padilla Award by the Foreign Press Association in 2004. Bouza's project, the Computational Platform for Investigative Journalism, will provide news using data-driven reporting and serve as a hub for data mining tools, training and assistance for investigative journalists. She holds a master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, with a concentration in broadcast and new media, and an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University Complutense de Madrid in Spain. She was the a 2012 Knight Fellow at Stanford University. Learn more about Teresa Bouza.


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The hackathon was organized by Teresa Bouza, Deputy Bureau Chief of EFE and Knight Fellow at Stanford University.
Teresa believes that the rapid spread of mobile broadband has the potential to help us address the challenges facing society in a data-driven manner. To explore this potential, she brought together programmers, engineers, journalists, NGOs, data scientists, and others for a weekend of intense, multi-city collaboration to address important issues related to migration in the Americas. The hackathon demonstrated that technology experts, working in partnership with subject matter experts, could generate creative and promising ideas that can make a difference. We know that events like these not only help grow the next generation of diverse computer scientists and innovators, but also communicate the message that technology can help solve the world's greatest problems. I'd like to hand this over to Teresa to discuss the event in more detail.


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