Megan Hall

Megan Hall is the health care reporter for WRNI, Rhode Island Public Radio. Her work has appeared on NPR and as well as the streets of Providence, where she has blasted radio-guided walking and biking tours.

After graduating from Brown University with a degree in urban studies, she received a Fulbright in Vancouver, British Columbia, and produced a radio documentary about the city's attempts to preserve low-income housing.

Hall joined WRNI in 2008 after a long history with the station as a freelancer and an intern. She first developed a knack for making radio when she produced features for Brown Student Radio’s Inside/Out and ran the programs Bike Talk, Urban Mosaic and Mix Tape for the City. But her love of radio blossomed way back in elementary school when some station let her read the cafeteria menu over the airwaves.

Originally from Portland, Oregon, Hall now lives in Rhode Island with her husband, photojournalist Ryan T. Conaty, and their cats Flo and Jonic. She’s working on running a 5k in less than 20 minutes and knows how to crochet two things – arm warmers and beer cozies.