Tracey Eaton was a Dallas Morning News correspondent from 1993 to 2006. He worked in Mexico, Cuba and along the U.S.-Mexico border. A journalist since 1983, Eaton has covered guerrilla uprisings, presidential elections, war, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions and floods. He has wide experience in Latin America. He was metropolitan editor for the Houston Chronicle before joining Flagler College in 2007.Eaton holds a master’s degree in journalism from Temple University. He was a Fulbright scholar in Ecuador.He has conducted journalism workshops in Guatemala, Bolivia and Nicaragua, and has been an invited speaker at conferences in Florida, Texas, Arizona, Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica and Cuba.Eaton has been a staff writer at seven newspapers, including the Miami Herald, the Tampa Tribune and the Orange County Register.His stories have appeared in more than 65 U.S., Canadian and Mexican newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Los Angeles Daily News. He is doing a reporting project on U.S. efforts to promote democracy in Cuba. His work is supported in part by the Pulitzer Center.