Teresa Cebrián Aranda
Teresa Cebrián Aranda is a Foreign Affairs Fellow at PBS NewsHour and a Pulitzer Center Reporting Fellow alum. Cebrián Aranda began her career as an editor for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome, where she managed large publication projects, including a joint book series with Spanish-leading newspaper EL PAÍS that explored the world's biggest development challenges. She was born and raised in Spain and graduated from Brown University with a degree in International Relations and Latin American studies. An avid traveler, Cebrián Aranda enjoys learning about different cultures and speaks fluent Spanish, English, French, and Italian.