Daniel Villatoro is the Coordinator of the Latin American LGBTI Journalism Initiative at the International Women's Media Foundation. The program trains and supports media outlets on how reporting can combat prejudice. His areas of advocacy are storytelling, open data, and social innovation, in addition to addressing representation and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. His book “The Registry of Violence Against LGBTI People: Datification and Protocols” won the Latin American Open Data Initiative Call for New Voices. He is a founding member of Visibles, a growing LGBTI rights organization in Guatemala, and served as its first Executive Director until late 2021. In 2020 he founded Impronta, a Central American queer culture magazine. In the past, his work as an investigative journalist has been awarded multiple prizes (including Inter-American Press Society, TRACE, Gabriel García Marquez). His campaigns and tech ideas have also been recognized with innovation and sexual and reproductive rights awards. With Estudio Abierto, his consultancy firm, he has worked for Internews, IREX, the National Democratic Institute, the International Republic Institute, NORC at the University of Chicago and the United Nations Development Programme and as a trainer for the Organization of American States, the Interamerican Development Bank, and the Knight Center for Journalism at the University of Texas.