On September 30, INMA awarded 30 young professionals around the world with its second class of “30 Under 30” award as part of its Young Professionals Initiative. This is the 12th in a series of 30 features about these impressive rising media stars who are shaping our industry.
Giuliana Pasquali’s journalism career began when she was 16 years old when she started writing for the local sports section. She now films and produces videos, writes scripts, and covers everything from events to elections to political marches. As a bonus: She’s also a producer at ESPN.
Despite being told that her career wouldn’t go anywhere because she is a woman, Guiliana has succeeded as a writer and social media analyst for important national media companies in Argentina.
“In my job, we are always fighting with problems, and we have to find a fast solution. In social media at Clarín, for example, my team and I are constantly evaluating the competition to equal and overcome them. So we let editors know and then we work together.”
Her recent work includes a video project about the 35 years since Argentina beat England in the World Cup.
“I love producing and writing, and in my job, I can do both. I think this form shows that journalism is alive. The idea of telling stories, even if the characters are not known, is my motivation.”