Gerardo Lemos Mendoza
Colombian-American, 28 years old.
Bilingual (Spanish & English) Sports Journalist, writer, and photographer
International Sports Correspondent based in London, U.K. for i-SportsWeb (USA), ABC Deportes (Colombia), and NTN24 (Colombia)
Football Broadcaster for Talk SPORT Radio Spanish (Estadio Premier) (U.K).
Reporter on American sports for Give Me Sport (U.K).
On his six year career as a bilingual journalist, Gerardo Lemos had interview several well known sport and political figures around the world. Some of these are: the ex-president of Colombia, Alvaro Uribe Velez, CEO of the Development Bank of Latin America, Enrique Garcia, Former Minister of Economy and State of Chile, Jorge Ominami, former senior executive of World Bank and CEO of Centennial Group International, Harinder Kohli, the head coach of the Argentina Rugby Union team Daniel Hourcade, Chile national football team manager, Jorge Sampaoli, Chile’s football living legend Marcelo Salas, England’s football manager Roy Hodgson, England football captain Steve Gerrard, Manuel Pellegrini, Martin Demichelis, Sergio Aguero, Jesus Navas, Gustavo Poyet, Reinaldo Rueda, and other athletes and managers.
M.A. Sports Journalism (St. Mary's University College Twickenham London, U.K.).
Certification on Governance Reporting (Thomson Reuters, London, U.K.)
B.A. Journalism (Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA). Honors
B.A. Spanish (Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA). Honors
A.A. Journalism (Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta, USA). Honors
Licence Football Coach #DO8913163-1 (United States Soccer Federation).
National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
National Union of Journalists.
Foreign Press Union.
American Association of Historical Journalism.
Colombian Press Union.
Colombian Association of Broadcasters.
Follow me on Twitter: @DitoLemos
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