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Julia Ritchey

Associate Producer

Julia Ritchey is an audio journalist with 15 years experience reporting, editing and podcasting all over the country. She's reported from eight states and all four U.S. time zones, most recently at Nashville Public Radio, Tennessee's largest NPR affiliate, overseeing the station's policy, environmental and education beats.

Ritchey previously worked as a producer for NPR's The Indicator from Planet Money in 2021, and served as an editor on the top-rated climate podcast Drilled. Her work has appeared on NPR, AP, Here & Now, Voice of America and many more outlets. For fun, Ritchey likes to binge reality TV, earn splat points at Orange Theory Fitness and hike with her beagle Bodhi, named after Patrick Swayze's character in Point Break.

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