Ignacio “Nacho” Gómez, Colombia, is Noticias Uno’s founder-editor. He is also a data editor for Cuestión Pública, professor of Reporting Ways, history academic, and founder of Fundación para la Libertad de Presa (FLIP).

Gómez was the editor of "Game of Votes", a news app developed by Cuestión Pública that won the Sigma Award 2023 for data journalism and WAN-IFRA LATAM 2022 award. He was the editor of "We Know What You Did with Our Pension Savings", awarded the Trace Prize 2022 and the IAPA – Inter American Press Association Award for Journalistic Excellence 2022 in data-driven journalism.

He was also the editor of "Noticias Uno", a weekend show, which won the award for best national news show in Colombia (India Catalina) for 14 years in a row.

He started his career with the centennial newspaper El Espectador before Pablo Escobar killed its managing editor and part-owner, Guillermo Cano. In the 1980s, he focused on Escobar, and later on other illegal markets and corporate-related crimes and human rights. Chiquita Brands, British Petroleum, Airbus and others had to answer to their governments about Gómez exposés.

Gómez received seven Simón Bolívar and four CPB Awards (1987-2020). Also, the Carter-De Menil 1993, Nieman Fellowship in Harvard, IRE Award with two ICIJ teams, Amnesty International Award for Journalism under Risk, CPJ´s Press Freedom Award, Missouri University Medal of Honor, and the Premio García Márquez.