Beatriz Farrugia Foina is a Brazilian data journalist who has ten years of experience working for international news agencies. Beatriz is a former editor at ANSA and co-author of the book “1950: The Cost of a World Cup” (www.oprecodeumacopa.com), which investigates the legacy of major sporting events. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Metodista University (Umesp) and a Masters Executive Degree in International Relations from Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV). She is specialized in digital journalism, international journalism, data journalism, and digital strategies. Beatriz speaks English, Italian, Spanish and French, and studies Arabic.