I grew up listening to National Public Radio in the backseat of cars and around the kitchen table in my childhood home. And my first foray in journalism was at NPR. Radio can be a very intimate medium. Hearing someone’s voice can make the person come alive--and make the listener feel present--in a way it can be challenging to replicate in print.
Planet Money podcast: The Return of the Colonel, 2016
Trafficked to Play, Then Forgotten, 2015
Can New York Police Build Trust Among Public Housing Residents?
Why Russian-American Jews are Ballroom Dance Leaders, 2015
In New York's Multinational Astoria, Diversity is the Key to Harmony, 2015
International High Schools, 2014
Unaccompanied migrants in the Bronx, 2014
Basketball "prep schools," 2014
Sports & female political ambition, 2014
The legacy of Amadou Diallo's death, 2014
Scam artists target hopeful immigrants, 2013
Latinos making inroads in Silicon Valley, 2013
Immigration Program Fails To Attract Eligible Applicants, 2013
A Murder of One Immigrant Unexpectedly Opens Door for Another, 2013