Teresa Viejo

Teresa Viejo

Graduate in Journalism from the UCM, where she also studied Sociology. She studied CNV – Nonviolent Communication- and Mediation. In her career there are television programmes -TVE, A3 Media, TeleMadrid, CMM, Channel 9-, being the most recent "Dime qué fue de ti" (Tell Me what happened about you), on TVE, and "El lado bueno de las cosas" (The bright Side of Things). She was the first journalist to direct a radio morning station (Radio España) and for six years she directed the talk show "La observadora" in RNE. She became the first woman in charge of the general information magazine Interviú and is a regular collaborator in the press. Collaborator of the TV programme "La Mañana" of TVE.


Director, screenwriter and producer of documentaries and TV programmes like "La memoria del Agua" (The Memory of Water) or "¿Te quieres casar conmigo?" (Do You Marry Me?),she holds, among others, awards like the UNICEF Gold Medal, the ATV or Women Entrepreneurs 2018, in the Communication category.  She has published three essays and four novels: "La Memoria del Agua" (The Memory of Water), translated into Italian, German and French, and adapted by TVE; "Que el tiempo nos encuentre" (May time find us),  "Mientras LLueva" (While it rains) and "Animales Domésticos" (Pets).


 


Professor in the Master of Image Advice and Political Communication at UCJC, director of the Master of Leadership at UNIA, she is on the editorial board of MAS magazine, Women to Follow. Speaker on topics related to motivation, herlatest workshops and conferences are about Communication - how to lead through it and promote values - and Curiosity (she has developed a method to stimulate it). Creator of The Observatory of Curiosity. 


 


UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. 


Ambassador of the Traffic Victims Foundation.