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Genevieve B.

Olympia, WA, USA1 review

$200 - $500 / Day

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  • Reporter / Journalist

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  • Senior Producer / Project Manager

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  • Full HD video camera

About Genevieve

Genevieve Belmaker is an award-winning journalist and author from New York City, currently based in the Pacific Northwest.

Top Projects

  • A new 100-page report raises alarm over Chevron’s impact on planet

    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Senior Producer / Project Manager

    An independent expert report has determined that of the 70 ongoing cases in 31 countries against Chevron, only 0.006% ($286-million) in fines, court judgements, and settlements have been paid. The company still owes another $50.5-billion in total globally.

  • NBCLX: Written article with original reporting for Native American History Month

    • Reporter / Journalist

    As more people become aware of cultural appropriation, art-world theft and other forms of racism against Native Americans, there's a burgeoning movement of Indigenous artists focused on entrepreneurship and designing their own futures.


    Produced for NBCLX on Storyhunter

    November 2021

  • In the Colombian Amazon, a leader trains her people to save the forest

    • Senior Producer / Project Manager

    María Clemencia Herrera Nemerayema is the founder of the School of Political Education in the Colombian Amazon, which trains Indigenous people to protect their territory; her dream is to establish an intercultural university in the heart of the jungle. This year, the Indigenous leader won the Bartolomé de las Casas Prize from the Spanish Foreign Ministry for her work in defending Indigenous territories, based on restoring local cultures and sustainably using Amazonian resources. She has been working for more than 30 years to empower Amazonian women through education. One of the organizations she founded is Mujer, Tejer y Saberes (Women, Weaving and Knowledge), in which displaced Indigenous women based in Bogotá put their knowledge into practice to generate an income. Project is part of 5-part series that is a finalist for the Premio Gabo awards.

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