Brunna Radaelli is a 2018 Professional Fellow from Latin America with ICFJ.
Brunna is a journalist always looking for great stories to tell. She has been working in journalism since her early 20s in newspapers and magazines of Porto Alegre and São Paulo. Currently, she works as an associated editor for Zero Hora, the largest newspaper in southern Brazil, where she tries to find new ways to elevate video journalism, focusing on entertainment and new trends. As a feminist woman and LGBTQI rights activist, Brunna tries her best to generate change around her. In 2017, she started an initiative (the first of its kind) to promote meetings among women who work in Zero Hora to raise awareness about women's rights, discuss feminism, talk about abuse and career strategies. Besides that, she spends a lot of time researching new music, contemporary poetry and clever ways to make humor.