Luisa Salomón is a journalist specialized in coverage and research on science, health, communication and public policies in Venezuela. She was a reporter and editor-in-chief of the national newspaper El Nuevo País and coordinator and reporter of politics in the web site Contrapunto. Since 2018 she has been part of the Prodavinci media team, where she has led and participated in various projects. Since 2020, she has led the coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic and response policies in Venezuela, for which the media outlet received recognition for best coverage in the Investigative Journalism Awards of the Instituto Prensa y Sociedad of Venezuela. She is also the winner of the Journalistic Excellence Award of the Inter-American Press Association in 2019, mention Chronicles. She was a 2020 Pulitzer Center grantee and a fellow of the International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) in its global health reporting initiative. She is part of the winning team of the 2022 King of Spain Award for the report Aging in Venezuela: the broken promise. She has recently focused on the area of vaccination, health policies, communication, transparency and inequality in Venezuela.