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Mentors

Amy Dorn
Associate Producer, Chicago Public Radio/WBEZ

Amy Dorn is the associate producer of Chicago Public Radio's Chicago Matters. Prior to that, Amy wrote and researched documentary film productions, conducted ethnographic research, and edited commercial video. She is a graduate of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

Jessica Dulong
New Media and Print Freelance Reporter, NYC

A freelance journalist, Jessica DuLong has written for Newsweek International, Rolling Stone, FSB: Fortune Small Business and Newsday, among other publications. A graduate of Stanford University, DuLong has been a board member of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association since 1999.

Alyne Ellis
Cultural Desk Editor, NPR

Alyne has been at NPR since 1986, and has previously worked as a trainer for NPR and at national conferences. She's also been a freelance reporter and produced numerous documentaries.

Sarah Hulett
Reporter/Producer, Michigan Public Radio, East Lansing, MI

Sarah produces spots and long-form pieces on legislative issues, with an emphasis on education, health, and labor. She also helps run weekend audio workshops for college, high school, and middle school students. Sarah got her start as a reporter in public radio at WDET in Detroit.

Emily Harris
General Assignment Reporter, NPR, Washington, DC

Emily Harris reports for the NPR/PBS joint project NOW with Bill Moyers. She previously reported for NPR's Washington Desk covering energy issues, regulatory policy, and telecommunications. She has also produced a daily public affairs program at public radio station KCRW in Los Angeles and reported from Moscow, Russia.

Erin Toner
Reporter/Producer, WKAR-FM, East Lansing, MI

Erin Toner joined WKAR as a news producer and anchor in May 2001. She covers local government, produces features and anchors newscasts on WKAR AM and FM. Prior to that, Toner spent two years covering city government in Kalamazoo, Mich., for WMUK-FM. Toner received a bachelor's degree in journalism from Michigan State University.

Jerome Vaughn
Assistant News Director, WDET-FM, Detroit, MI

Jerome Vaughn has been reporting for the station since 1992. He is responsible for the day-to-day newsroom operations including assigning stories, coordinating breaking news coverage and supervising the WDET news internship program.

Tracey Wahl
Associate Producer/Director, Weekend All Things Considered, NPR Washington, DC

Tracy Wahl came to NPR in 1997 from Madison Wisconsin where she received an M.A. in Political Science. She's originally from Arvada, Colorado.

Professional Staff

Doug Mitchell
NPR Next Generation Radio Project Manager, Washington, DC

Renee Pringle
Project Technical Advisor, NPR Engineer, Washington, DC

Rachel Basofin
Next Generation Radio Webmaster/Member Services, NPR, Washington, DC

Dawn Thompson
Web-based Content Developer and Video Producer, Owings Mills, MD


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