Jenny Brundin

Jenny Brundin is a senior reporter for KUER in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has covered Utah politics, culture and science, and occasionally hosts KUER's daily call-in show, Radio West. She was KUER’s news director for six years.

Jim Burress

Jim Burress is a reporter/producer and fill-in host for WABE-FM, Atlanta’s NPR station. He holds a degree in English from Wabash College, one of only three all-male colleges in the nation, and a master’s in mass communication from Murray State University.

Kristin Espeland

Kristin Espeland is a reporter for Louisville’s NPR news affiliate, 89.3 FM, WFPL. She covers environmental and other beats in Louisville, Kentucky, and the Ohio River Valley region.

Kerry Grens

Kerry Grens is the senior health and science reporter at WHYY, Philadelphia's NPR and PBS affiliate. Her stories span the beat, from the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals in goats to the role of fire in the New Jersey pine barrens, to the culling of community hospitals.

Louisa Jonas

Louisa Jonas is the web producer for WYPR 88.1 FM in Baltimore, Maryland. She is the creator and producer of the station’s Podcast Programming, producing original documentaries for podcast distribution.

Jon Kalish

Jon Kalish is a New York City-based radio reporter, freelance writer and podcast producer. He has been heard on NPR newsmagazines for close to 30 years, written for Reuters and major daily newspapers, and produced podcasts for his own outlets and for others.

Mia Lobel

Mia Lobel is an independent audio producer and journalist based in Oakland, California. She is co-founder and senior producer of Distillations, a podcast for the Chemical Heritage Foundation, a Philadelphia-based non-profit specializing in the history of chemistry.

Lulu Miller

Lulu Miller is the associate producer of Radio Lab. Her work on the program includes pieces about a 94-year-old man afflicted with musical hallucinations, a young man who hides his diagnosis of Asperger’s Disorder from his father, and kids trying to explain the intrigue of chimeras.

Sacha Pfeiffer

Sacha Pfeiffer joined WBUR, Boston, in 2008 after more than a decade as a reporter for The Boston Globe. There she was on the Spotlight investigative team that won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for its stories on sex abuse in the Catholic church.

Gabriel Spitzer

Gabriel Spitzer covers science, health care and the environment for Chicago Public Radio. He recently served a year as interim host of the station’s flagship morning news magazine, Eight Forty-Eight.

Gretchen Weber

Gretchen Weber is a producer for Climate Watch, a new television, radio and web series from KQED Public Broadcasting that explores how climate change is affecting California.