Intern Edition Summer 2004
 
 

NPR's Summer 2004 Interns


Washington, D.C.
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Sabrina Ford, Julie Yen and Elizabeth Arenas
Los Angeles, Calif.



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Elizabeth Arenas, Day to Day
Jenny Asarnow, All Songs Considered
Elyssa Back, NPR Online
Maria Martina Castro, Talk of the Nation
Deirdre Connors, Communications
Sarah Duran, Legal division
Christopher Eddie, NPR Library
Rebecca Ekpe, Weekend All Things Considered
Sierra Ferguson, Office of the Ombudsman
Sabrina Ford, Tavis Smiley Show
Deanna Garcia, Morning Edition
Danielle Goldstein, Washington Desk
Nicole Gustine, NPR Library
Marķa Paz Hermosilla, Newscast
Christina Houghton, Communications
Sze Hui, NPR Finance
Danielle Ivory, Weekend Edition Sunday
Dana Bollt Kalish, Development
Todd Keithley, Legal division
Margaret Kelley, Music Unit
Sangeet "Sunny" Khemlani, Audio Engineering
Alison Klayman, All Things Considered

Brian Lauritzen, Music Unit
Susan Leem, Morning Edition
Claudine LoMonaco, Weekend Edition Saturday
Matthew Lord, NPR Online
Dana Maier, Creative Design
Erin Martin, Human Resources
Katrina Matthews, Intern Edition Executive Producer
Cat McDonald, NPR Online
Meg McGinn, NPR Library
Kaeleen McGuire, Radio Expeditions
Amie McLain, Washington Desk
Raul Moreno, National Desk
Casey Parkin, Audio Engineering
Josh Payne, Arts & Information Desk
Jen Pearl, Communications
Tiffany Reed, Information Technology
Tamara Robinson, Elections Desk
Julie Rosenthal, Science Desk
Elizabeth Spainhour, Legal division
Emilia Stefanczyk, Member and Program Services
Julia Taylor, All Things Considered
Craig Tello, Business Development
Katie Wooley, Audience and Corporate Research
Julie Yen, Day to Day



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