Laura Prieto, a three-time Emmy-nominated bilingual journalist and filmmaker, has spent most of her career producing short- and long-form documentaries for Univision News TV and digital platforms. She has covered events such as the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, the 2017 earthquake in Mexico, the 2016 presidential elections, and immigration and collaborative projects with the International Consortium of Investigate Journalists. Her documentary feature, Orlando Gets Its Pulse Back, was nominated for the 2017 News and Documentary Emmys. While at Univision, she also led the digital features visual team for the Sports division, where she produced and directed the first long-form documentary to be conceived by the digital team and cross over onto broadcast. The documentary, JDF16, chronicling the remarkable and tragically short life of Florida Marlins pitching ace Jose Fernandez, premiered simultaneously on digital and linear platforms on Univision Sports in Spanish, and in English on PBS. The documentary was nominated for the 2018 News and Documentaries Emmys. Prieto’s work has also been recognized by the New York Press Club, Edward R. Murrow Awards, GLAAD, European Cinematography Awards, Ortega & Gasset Awards Milwaukee Film Festival, Central Florida Film Festival, and Sunshine State Awards, among others. A native of Colombia, Prieto began her career as a screenwriter while still a studying at Bogotá’s Pontifica Universidad Javeriana.