Ana is a Program and Communications Associate at Right to Be (former Hollaback!), an organization working to end harassment in all its forms. She oversees the anti-online harassment platform HeartMob, where people experiencing online harassment can receive support from a community of vetted bystanders. Ana is also a journalist and communications specialist and worked as a tech journalist at EL TIEMPO, Colombia’s top newspaper, where she mainly produced educational content on cybersecurity, digital safety, and online privacy. She received the ESET Computer Security Journalism Award for a multimedia piece on the risks of going on the Dark Web and was recognized with an honorable mention from ElTiempo Excellence in Journalism Awards for a report on cyberstalking and revenge porn. She holds a master’s degree in Media Studies with Social Justice emphasis from Queens College, City University of New York. Her master’s research project explored how female journalists experiencing online harassment understand and make sense of this issue by examining the experiences of three women as case studies.