About Maria Camila Montañez

Maria Camila Montañez is a Colombian born journalist, digital content creator and translator with experience working in U.S. politics, digital news media like Latino Rebels and nonprofits advocating for sexual and reproductive health and rights. She is passionate about music and is currently studying to become a composer and DJ.

Stories

  1. Article: 8 Myths About Ending Extreme Poverty

    8 Myths About Ending Extreme Poverty

    By Leah Rodriguez  and  Maria Camila Montañez|Jan. 28, 2020

    Forget what you heard about foreign aid and overpopulation. Read more

  2. Article: 5 Facts About Extreme Poverty Everyone Should Know

    5 Facts About Extreme Poverty Everyone Should Know

    By Catherine Caruso  and  Maria Camila Montañez|Jan. 27, 2020

    To end poverty by 2030, we must take action now. Read more

  3. Article: Climate Change Is the Greatest Threat to Humanity, Prince Charles Warns

    Climate Change Is the Greatest Threat to Humanity, Prince Charles Warns

    By Catherine Caruso  and  Maria Camila Montañez|Jan. 23, 2020

    “We are in the midst of a crisis.” Read more

  4. Article: This Global Health Agency Just Turned 20. To Celebrate, It’s Going to Vaccinate 300 Million Children.

    This Global Health Agency Just Turned 20. To Celebrate, It’s Going to Vaccinate 300 Million Children.

    By Jackie Marchildon  and  Maria Camila Montañez|Jan. 22, 2020

    Gavi was launched in Davos 20 years ago — and has vaccinated 760 million children since then. Read more

  5. Article: These Are the Billionaires Who Are Giving the Most Money Away

    These Are the Billionaires Who Are Giving the Most Money Away

    By Brandon Wiggins  and  Maria Camila Montañez|Jan. 21, 2020

    A new list from Forbes only highlights those whose money actually reaches the people who need it. Read more

  6. Article: Greta Thunberg Just Called Out World Leaders for Climate Change Inaction at Davos

    Greta Thunberg Just Called Out World Leaders for Climate Change Inaction at Davos

    By Catherine Caruso  and  Maria Camila Montañez|Jan. 21, 2020

    "Our house is still on fire." Read more

  7. Article: Domestic Workers Are Being Illegally Sold on Social Media Apps

    Domestic Workers Are Being Illegally Sold on Social Media Apps

    By Leah Rodriguez  and  Maria Camila Montañez|Nov. 5, 2019

    Buyers in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia can search women by race and buy them for a few thousand dollars. Read more