Owner/operator, managing editor

Jose helped establish the predecessor to Somos Sports, The Sporting Nation, which became an outlet for stories about Latinos in sports from the perspective of American-born, generations-deep journalism professionals. It’s with that in mind that Somos Sports was established.

Jose, from the Portland area now living in South Phoenix, has 20-plus years of experience in sports journalism and now teaches the subject to students at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. He’s covered Super Bowls, all-star games, playoff games, every major sport in the U.S, pro sports, college sports, high school sports and the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Formerly with the Seattle Times, Jose is now a top freelancer for the Associated Press, ESPN and Major League Soccer. He’s also a proud father of three who looks forward to seeing more of the world besides North America, Italy, Paris, London and greater Sydney, Australia.

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Co-Founder, Writer, Admin

Sports fan from the corporate world turned sports writer and broadcaster. 

I know, I know. You’re asking yourself, how does that happen?


Social media. 

Using the power of Twitter, Sunny turned her life-long love of and participation in sports, as well as her obsession with social media, into a career in sports. Twitter gave her a voice in the world and national sports conversations.

Connecting with world, national, regional and local writers, she brought her knowledge and understanding to the masses through her former site, CadChica Sports.  She also wrote and was the social media coordinator for Somos Sports’ predecessor, The Sporting Nation

Okay, not really masses. 

Jumping from the corporate world into sports is no easy task. Working previously at a local outlet and ESPN (yes, THAT ESPN) and now one of the rising sports apps around (Sportsmanias), she brings a unique perspective to any sports or social media conversation.

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