In the final episode of our Authentic Leadership series we hear from two women leaders from Latin America who have each had to find strategies for dealing with some very tough challenges in journalism.
In the final episode of our Authentic Leadership series we hear from two women leaders from Latin America who have each had to find strategies for dealing with some very tough challenges in journalism, including gender discrimination and exposure to harrowing scenes. They both discuss how they have been empowered and empowered others through unity and collective action.
Host: Ramaa Sharma is an award-winning Digital Leader, Consultant and Executive Coach. Until recently she was the Senior Digital Editor at BBC News, driving digital transformation across the division of 8,000 journalists. She also worked with the BBC News Board to help facilitate a more diverse and inclusive newsroom. Prior to that Ramaa spent a decade of her career presenting and reporting across multiple BBC platforms, before moving into digital leadership. At the World Service, Ramaa pioneered the first ever digital leadership and social media courses for editors and executives on the World Service Board. In her time Ramaa also edited a number of award winning editorial and digital projects.
Guest: Fernanda Delmas is the Editor-in-Chief at Brazil's leading financial title Valor Econômico.
Guest:iMarcela Turatio is behind the website '¿A dónde van los desaparecidos?', a project tracking stories of disappeared people in her home country. She's also the co-founder of nonprofit 'Quinto Elemento', an initiative to train the next generation of Mexican investigative journalists.
A full transcript can be found on our website: https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/news/our-podcast-authentic-leadership-episode-5-authenticity-and-solidarity-we-are-more-united-help