Investigative journalist, with interests in issues related to Human Rights. Johanna Osorio has coordinated projects such as The Hunger Generation, winner of the 2019 Ortega y Gasset award in the multimedia coverage category; Vertical Fraud, second-place winner of the 2020 Ipys Venezuela Award. Finalist in the 2018 Gabo Award, in the text category, for the series "They are political prisoners, us too", and nominated again in 2019 for the series Voces del JM , both times as part of the La Vida de Nos team. Member of the team that won the 2017 Journalistic Excellence Award from the Inter-American Press Association, in the news coverage category, for the series of reports "Dying one, two and three times of hunger"; and Special Mention of the same award, in 2019, in the Human Rights category, for her participation in the podcast series "Voces del Desamparo". Special mention in the Ortega y Gasset 2021 awards for participation in the project Los Confinados, from La Vida de Nos. Member of the Latin American Network of Young Journalists, from Different Latitudes and prominent member of the Connectas Hub. Johanna worked with a team of science journalists on a Historias Sin Fronteras cross-border science and health project published in 2021. The title of the project is Adrift: Venezuelan Migration and Mental Health. This project was selected as a Finalist in the category of Refugee Reporting by the One World Media Awards.