Univision News Anchor, Enrique Acevedo has been called one of the "Top Latinos in American Newsrooms" by the Huffington Post, and a "Global Media Leader" by the World Economic Forum. Enrique is a Mexican immigrant and journalist based in the U.S. He's currently the anchor of the award-winning Noticiero Univision late night edition and a special correspondent for FUSION. Acevedo has covered major news stories from around the world for print, broadcast and online media in English and Spanish, including the tsunami in Japan, the humanitarian crisis in Haiti, the AIDS epidemic in Africa and the drug wars in Latin America. He has profiled and interviewed global influencers like President Barack Obama, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, Melinda Gates and Desmond Tutu, among many others. He holds a Master's in Journalism from Columbia University. His work during the 2012 earthquake in Japan was featured as part of the school's centennial celebration in a book commemorating the best one hundred stories in the last century. He has been nominated for an Emmy and is one of the youngest recipients of the national journalism prize awarded by Mexico's press club.