Anna-Catherine Brigida is a freelance journalist based in Nicaragua who has reported on migration from the region since 2015. She has covered migrant caravans, deportations, migrant deaths, and family separations for media outlets such as Washington Post, The Guardian, TIME, Texas Monthly, Al Jazeera, and more. She has reported from nearly every part of the migrant trail from Tegucigalpa, Honduras to Tapachula, Mexico to the U.S.-Mexico border. In 2019, she received a grant from the International Center for Journalists and the Border Center to report on the deaths of Guatemalan minors at the U.S. border as part of the Reporting the Border Fellowship. She has also received reporting grants from the International Women's Media Foundation, Food and Environmental Reporting Network, and Solutions Journalism Network.