At KQED, I have worked on three podcasts.
Since February 2018, I have been the host and producer of Q’ed Up, a weekly podcast that curates the best KQED News story of the week and repackages it in a creative and sound-rich way that adds something new for the listener.
What It’s Like to Work for a Coding Startup … In Prison
September 9, 2018
How Young is ‘Too Young’ to Know You’re Transgender?
May 27, 2018
How the Stephon Clark Shooting is Pushing Sacramento Over the Edge
March 31, 2018
Since October 2017, I have reported, produced, guest hosted and executed a social media strategy for Bay Curious, a weekly podcast that answers listener questions about the Bay Area.
I was one of the lead producers on “Bay Curious Prop Week,” a mini-series of five explainer episodes covering the 11 statewide propositions on the California November 2018 ballot. These episodes incorporated reporter two-ways with scoring, interviews and archival tape.
Since July 2018, I have worked as a fill-in producer for The Bay, a storytelling daily news podcast.
‘Cover the Important Bits’: Alameda Schools Change Their Dress Code
August 22, 2018
Back to the Future: SF’s New Transbay Terminal
August 15, 2018
Is This the Beginning of a Tech Worker Revolution?
July 10, 2018