Marina Walker Guevara
Marina Walker Guevara, United States, is ICIJ’s deputy director.
Over a 20-year career, she has investigated environmental degradation by mining companies, the global offshore economy, the illicit tobacco trade and the criminal networks that are depleting the world’s oceans, among other topics.
Her stories have appeared in leading international media, including The Washington Post, The Miami Herald, Le Monde and the BBC. Walker Guevara has managed some of journalism’s most consequential investigations on global corruption, including the Panama Papers, which involved more than 370 reporters in 76 countries and shook governments and businesses across the world. Other investigations include Swiss Leaks, Luxembourg Leaks and Offshore Leaks.
A native of Argentina, Walker Guevara’s investigations have won or shared more than 40 national and international journalism awards, including a Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting and honors from Long Island University’s George Polk Awards, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Overseas Press Club, Bartlett and Steele Awards, and Columbia University’s Maria Moors Cabot Award for distinguished Latin American reporting (special citation).
- The Panama Papers: Exposing the Rogue Offshore Finance Industry
- Evicted and Abandoned: The World Bank’s Broken Promise to the Poor
- Swiss Leaks: Murky Cash Sheltered by Bank Secrecy
- Luxembourg Leaks: Global Companies' Secrets Exposed
- Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze
- Plunder in the Pacific
- The Black Market in Bluefin
- The Global Climate Change Lobby
- Tobacco Underground
- Collateral Damage
- Divine Intervention: U.S. AIDS Policy Abroad