Carlos Subero, Venezuela, was previously an ICIJ member.
He is widely credited with being one of the first journalists in Venezuela to use computer-assisted reporting techniques.
Subero has also been described as his country’s main advocate of “precision journalism,” which encourages the use of a more scientific methodological approach to reporting. He has reported on his nation’s politics since 1983, and has extensively covered the political elite and the parliaments they head. Subero often goes beyond reporting the day-to-day news to look at the big picture of Venezuela’s political system. He is the author of "La Alegría Triste de Emigrar," a book about Venezuelan immigration to the United States and Canada.
He has been recognized twice with mentions in the National Prize for Journalism: 1988 and 2017.