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  • Aarti Shahani is an NPR correspondent. She is currently on leave, writing her first book. It's the story of her immigrant family—shopkeepers who got a taste of the American Dream and the American Nightmare (Celadon Books, Fall 2019).

  • Abbie Fentress Swanson left KBIA at the end of 2013. 

  • Health News Florida reporter Abe Aboraya works for WMFE in Orlando. He started writing for newspapers in high school. After graduating from the University of Central Florida in 2007, he spent a year traveling and working as a freelance reporter...

  • Adelina (Addie) Lancianese is a 2017 NPR Kroc fellow. As a Kroc fellow, she has produced for NPR's Weekend Edition, and she will be joining the...

  • Adrian Bartos, or "Stretch Armstrong," is an internationally recognized DJ, cultural pioneer, and the co-host of NPR's podcast What's Good with Stretch and Bobbito. In the show, Stretch and Bobbito interview cultural influencers,...

  • News Intern, WRVO Public Media

    Aimee Hirsch is a news intern at WRVO who assists with local newscasts heard everyday during Morning Edition and All Things Considered. She also helps with web posts and other news projects.

  • Host, State of the Re:UNION

    Host, Executive Producer, Idea Man, and Top Dog of State of the Re:Union, Al Letson has received national recognition and built a devoted fan base with soul-stirring, interdisciplinary work. He established himself early in his career...

  • Alan was a Kroc Fellow at NPR and worked at WNPR as a reporter for three months. He is interested in everything from health and science reporting to comic books and movies. Before joining us, he studied journalism at Northwestern University,...

  • Alex Smith began working in radio as an intern at the National Association of Farm Broadcasters. A few years and a couple of radio jobs later, he became the assistant producer of KCUR's magazine show, KC Currents. In January 2014 he became KCUR...

  • Intern, WRVO Public Media

    Alexa Haller is an intern at WRVO working on the Nature of Things project. She helps archive old episodes with some audio production and web builds.

    In the past she has helped with filing and mailings in the membership department.

  • Alina Selyukh is a business correspondent at NPR, where she follows the path of the retail and tech industries, tracking how America's biggest companies are influencing the way we spend our time, money, and energy.

    Before joining NPR in...

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