About Eduardo Suárez
Eduardo is the co-founder of two news startups and an award-winning senior journalist with experience in Europe and the United States. He oversees publications and communications at the institute.
His role involves designing and executing a comprehensive editorial strategy with a focus on serving the needs of the Institute’s most important stakeholders: the journalists, editors, media executives, and entrepreneurs who are shaping the future of journalism around the world.
Eduardo is a senior journalist with experience in Europe and the United States. He started his career at the Spanish newspaper El Mundo, where he worked for 14 years as an opinion writer and a foreign correspondent from London, New York and Brussels. He covered the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign for Univision and has published three books on American politics. In 2014, he won the Gabriel García Márquez Journalism Award for a long-form story on the enduring impact of the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
He is also the co-founder of two news startups: El Español and Politibot, has worked on digital strategy for the March Foundation, and has written on journalism and politics for El País, Letras Libres and Nieman Reports. In 2019 he spent six months as a journalist fellow at the Institute, where he conducted research on the rise of reader revenue models in European newspapers.