Gerardo Reyes, United States/Colombia, is the director of the Univision investigative team in the United States. Previously, he worked for El Nuevo Herald, the Spanish-language sister publication of The Miami Herald.
While there he was part of the team that won the Pulitzer Prize in 1999 for investigative reporting. His works specialize in the coverage of drug trafficking, corruption, and concentration of wealth in Latin America.
He worked for Colombia newspaper El Tiempo and magazine Semana. For his works in the press and television he has received the Maria Moors Cabbot award from Columbia University, the Peabody Award, four Emmys and the Ortega y Gasset and Editorial Planeta awards.
His books explore drug trafficking organizations (Nuestro Hombre en la DEA), the secrets of the richest men in Latin America (Don Julio Mario and Los Dueños de América Latina), a cold case (Flight 495), Miami chronicles (Made in Miami), political topics (Myles Frechete se confiesa). He is the author of an investigative journalism manual.