Dolia Estévez is a freelance journalist and author based in Washington, D.C., specializing in Mexico and U.S.-Mexico relations. She began her career as the Washington correspondent for Mexico's El Financiero and Radio Monitor in the late 1980s. She has reported for Forbes, Noticias MVS, Poder Magazine, Sin Embargo and Proyecto Puente, among other Mexican and U.S. media. Her lifetime work includes high-impact investigations of Mexican corruption, abuse of power and the drug war, as well as reporting on key developments that have helped shape U.S.-Mexican relations to this day. She is the author of two Spanish language books--El Embajador (Planeta, 2013) and Así Nos Ven (Planeta, 2019); and co-author of Donald Trump, El Aprendiz (Planeta, 2017). She is also author of Journalism Across the Border and one of the co-authors of Shared Responsibility, both published by the Wilson Center. She has given conferences in public and private venues in Mexico and the United States on U.S.-Mexican relations and press freedom.