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Nicole Frölich is a trilingual journalist and presenter with over a decade of experience in news media.

In that time, her work has taken her around the world: from the Arctic Circle, to the Middle East and South America. As a videojournalist, she has shot, edited and reported from over a dozen countries in English, German and Spanish.

Her work focuses on some of the most pressing social issues of our time: social justice, climate change, and technological innovation.

She joined Germany’s Foreign Public Broadcaster DW at 23, and soon became the youngest senior news producer in the history of her department.

In 2019, she was put in charge of DW’s Latin America Bureau in Bogotá, Colombia. She was the first journalist not originally from the region to be named head correspondent there.

Today, Nicole anchors DW’s flagship news program “The Day”. Providing nightly insights into the biggest global stories of the past 24 hours. For years, she roamed Europe as the host of DW’s popular travel show “Check-in“.

Besides her work for DW, Nicole also works as a regional correspondent for German public broadcaster ZDF.

Nicole is an alumna of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, UC Berkeley, Free University of Berlin and Columbia University in the City of New York.

She currently lives in Berlin, Germany.