Born to Puerto Rican parents and raised in North Carolina, Natasha Del Toro is an award-winning journalist and television host. She's currently an on-camera correspondent for Fusion's investigative documentary series called The Naked Truth, where she has made documentaries about the Panama Papers, the mugshot industry and the US electoral system. The series recently made it's debut on Netflix, becoming one of the most popular docu-series on the streaming platform. She was also the producer and on-air correspondent for segments about Puerto Rico for the HBO series Outpost. Her work has been awarded a Dupont, an Emmy, a Pulitzer, an RFK and a Gracie award. Prior to Fusion, she worked on staff at Time.com and as a freelance journalist covering a wide range of topics such as arts and culture, politics, the environment and the Haiti Earthquake, for which she was honored at the New York Press Club. She has produced stories in Cuba, Haiti and Peru for PBS Frontline World. She also traveled across the US with internationally renowned photographer Joakim Eskildsen to create a book and multimedia website on poverty in America called American Realities. That project led to a documentary by KQED and Center for Investigative Reporting called Hunger in the Valley Of Plenty. She is also a Colombia Fulbright scholar and host of America Reframed, a national award-winning PBS documentary program that is now in it's sixth season.