Casa Pueblo, una iniciativa ciudadana que cuenta con ayuda de la diáspora puertorriqueña en Estados Unidos, se transforma en un oasis energético luego de que el huracán María dejara a Puerto Rico a oscuras por meses.
About Lillian Agosto MaldonadoLillian E. Agosto Maldonado is an independent journalist in Puerto Rico and the United States, a digital strategist and university professor.She has a bachelor's degree in Information and Journalism from the University of Puerto Rico, and a master's degree in Puerto Rican and Caribbean Studies at the Center for Advanced Studies in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean in Old San Juan. Her thesis was on Social integration to digital journalism in Puerto Rico: the case of Primera Hora, 2000-2010.She has been a multimedia and technology reporter for Primera Hora and ÍNDICE of GFR Media in Puerto Rico. She has also collaborated with journalism organizations such as the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, as a student and as a mentor; and the International Center for Journalists.Since 2013, she has been teaching at Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in San Juan, offering specialized courses in digital journalism, radio and TV media writing, entrepreneurship and publishing.She also works as an independent journalist, editor, adviser and strategist of virtual communities such as Cambio en Clave- a salsa dancing project on the island; Lote 23, a gastronomic park in Santurce (San Juan, Puerto Rico); and Buena Vibra, a advertising agency’s multimedia platform.
Casa Pueblo kept the lights on when most of the island was in darkness.