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Tom Banse covers public policy, environment, business and breaking news from the public radio Northwest News Network bureau in Washington's state capital, Olympia.
Jackson Braider (independent producer, Allston, MA) has earned degrees in musicology and folklore.
Allan Coukell is a former clinical pharmacist, now working as a health and science journalist.
Julia DeBruicker studied public health at Johns Hopkins University, worked at Appalshop in Kentucky, and produces for Marketplace.
Leah Fleming is a Morning Edition host/reporter at WABE Public Radio in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ashley Gross reports for the Alaska Public Radio Network's weekend features show, AK, which won best news and public affairs program for 2005 from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated.
Daniel Grossman is an award-winning science journalist who has reported from all seven continents, including from within 1,000 miles of both the south and north poles.
Amy Mayer is an independent producer whose work has aired on many national programs including All Things Considered, Justice Talking, Living on Earth, Marketplace and Morning Edition.
Chuck Quirmbach has worked as a reporter for Wisconsin Public Radio since 1984.
Charles Michael Ray grew up in the Black Hills of South Dakota. In 1992 at the age of 19 he began working for South Dakota Public Radio as a reporter.
Benjamin Shaw is a reporter for Capitol News Connection, providing localized coverage of Capitol Hill for over 180 markets.
Jim Williams discovered public radio about ten years into his broadcasting career. Alongside that, he spent eight years working as a sound designer for radio, film and video.