Indhira Suero is a cultural journalist, columnist, broadcaster, press analyst and university professor.
She is an Ambassador for SembraMedia in the Dominican Republic, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the diversity of voices and content quality in digital media in Spanish in Latin America, Spain, and the United States to make them more successful and sustainable.
She was a Fulbright Scholar 2015-2017 and obtained a Masters in Journalism and Media at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, in the United States, where she also worked as a research assistant and teaching in classes such as Neighborhood News Bureau (NNB), Introduction to blogs and Food and Media.
Indhira teaches at the Pontifical Catholic University Madre y Maestra and the Technological Institute of Santo Domingo, with journalism and digital media. She also gives courses at the Instituto Superior Bonó and is part of the editorial team as a language and translation reviewer in the Revista Estudios Sociales of the Padre Juan Montalvo Reflection and Social Action Center.
Throughout her career as a journalist, she has written in different media such as Listin Diario, The Weekly Challenger, Creative Loafing, among others. In addition, she received multiple distinctions and nominations in national and foreign awards such as the Journalistic Production Grant, the International Center for Journalists and CONNECTAS; Humanitarian Journalism Robert W. Dardenne; Rafael Herrera Journalism Award; Young Journalism Book Fair; Olympics of Cyberjournalism and National Prize of Tourist Journalism Epifanio Lantigua 2010, with the Tourism blog in Quisqueya.
She is also the creator of the Negrita Come Coco, a character that promotes popular Dominican culture through social networks. Fight for the acceptance of Afro-descendant origins in society and, jokingly, denounces the evils that affect Dominicans.
Specialties: journalistic writing, voice-over narrator, blogging, editing, video, photography, research, social media management, digital journalism, New Media, African-American journalism, popular culture, translation, and oratory.