The Mind: New Orleans

(Production and Sound Design, Unarmed and Unplugged podcast)

"Law enforcement officers are more likely to die by suicide than being killed in the line of duty and figures point to depression rates five times higher than that of the civilian population. Despite the stigma of discussing mental health on the force, one former officer shares his journey."  (air date: December 19, 2019)

In the Name of Science

(Reporter and Producer, WHYY's The Pulse) 

This piece explores how Imelda Wilde and other women suffering from chronic UTIs are taking science into their own hands, while doctors continue to dismiss their calls for help. Segment begins at minute 33:20. (air date: October 5, 2018)

Part 2: The Mountain

(Producer, Kerning Cultures podcast) 

"Without the female building block, there will be no security." This is the second and final chapter in a mini-series exploring the role of women in deradicalisation efforts. This piece was produced in partnership with News Deeply's Women's Advancement Deeply, as a part of their on-going series about women and radical extremism. (air date: February 28, 2018) photo credit: Mohamed Dababi

Part 1: At the Feet of the Mother

(Producer, Kerning Cultures podcast)  

Produced in partnership with News Deeply's Women and Girls Hub (now Women's Advancement Deeply) as a part of their in-depth series about the different ways women are affected by radicalization - "as victims, perpetrators, and peacemakers." In this  piece, Christianne Boudreau recounts her personal experience of losing her son, Damian, to radical extremism in Syria, and her on-going quest to understand what draws young people towards extremist ideologies. This piece explores why mothers are an untapped force for preventing further extremism among youth on a global scale. News Deeply Women and Girls Hub. (air date: December 30, 2017)

Food Neighbourhoods 59: Amman, Jordan

(Producer, for Monocle 24 Radio) 

A tour through one of Amman's oldest neighbourhoods, which has become an enclave for some of the country's most influential artists and food artisans. (air date: November 7, 2017)

Fear and Loving

(Producer, Out There podcast) 

An audio memoir about invincibility, shattered self-confidence, and finding inspiration through loss. (air date: August 3, 2017)

These Two Lanes Could Take Us Anywhere 

(Producer, Kerning Cultures podcast) 

This episode is about Ersin and Raffi, two men who grew up to be taught two very different stories about one very big moment in history: the death of 1.5 million Armenians in the Ottoman Empire. Over 4,000 miles of open road, riding two bicycles from Baltimore to San Francisco, we learn about Ersin and Raffi, and the deeper conflict that’s bubbling beneath the surface. (air date:  July 28, 2017)

KC Soundboard: We're Listening To You 

(Reporter, Producer, Kerning Cultures podcast) This episode explores the role of journalists when telling stories about the Middle East, and is built around a recorded listener party and feedback from our audience in December 2016. (air date: May 1, 2017)

Where do we go from here? 

(Reporter, Co-Producer; Kerning Cultures podcast) This episode documents several individual vignettes that find a shared struggle in the wake of the Trump Administration's Jan. 27 Executive Order barring immigrants and refugees, originating from several majority-Muslim countries, from entering the United States. (air date: Feb. 8, 2017)

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