Gabriela Estefanía Loja Duchi, April 16, 1996, Cuenca - Ecuador. She studied at the University of Cuenca obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Social Communication in Journalism and Digital Communication in 2020. During her university career, she carried out work in the field of production of radio and audiovisual content with an investigative focus, one of them is the audiovisual documentary 'La Tragedia de la Josefina, 25 years later', produced and premiered in the Paute canton of the Azuay province in 2018; This work is currently hosted on YouTube and has more than 2.1 million views. Between 2016 and 2018 she was a member of the Camaleón team, at that time a radio program focused on inclusion and diversity issues, broadcast first on University Radio of the University of Cuenca, then on La Cigarra digital radio, and later on Radio Ondas Azuayas . She also served as a producer for the Camaleón project ‘La Filática’. In 2020, as part of her degree work to obtain the Bachelor's degree, she presented the audiovisual documentary 'Nos Faltan 3', a production that collects the events that occurred around the journalistic team of Diario El Comercio, kidnapped and murdered in Mataje, border between Ecuador and Colombia, during the first months of 2018. This documentary has been presented in the cities of Quito, Guayaquil, Manta and Portoviejo. At present she works as Coordinator of the Training Schools of the Fundación Hajando Ecuador, and she is the Editorial Director of the MotorEc Magazine. She is Co-Founder of the ETE Audiovisual Production Company, associated with Ventrílocuo Digital Agency.