Meghan Keane Meghan Keane is the founder and managing producer for NPR's Life Kit.
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Meghan Keane

Managing Producer, Life Kit

Meghan Keane is the founder and managing producer for NPR's Life Kit, which brings listeners advice and actionable information about personal finances, health, parenting, relationships and more. She is responsible for the editorial vision of Life Kit, which aims to serve NPR's larger mission of public service.

Prior to founding Life Kit, Keane was a producer for NPR's award winning podcast Invisibilia. There, she produced long form stories about understanding human behavior and the invisible forces that shape our lives. She reported stories about the intersection of positivity, grief, and Disneyland and another story about a woman obsessed with her daydream world.

Keane is also a founding producer of NPR's TED Radio Hour, which has consistently been one of NPR's top podcasts since its debut. She first joined NPR in 2011 as an intern for Weekend All Things Considered. Keane holds a B.S. journalism degree from Emerson College and is a native of the Washington, D.C., area.

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Good Anxiety Does Exist. Here's How You Can Benefit From It

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How To Fall In Love, According To Hinge's Relationship Scientist

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Faced With A Tough Decision? The Key To Choosing May Be Your Mindset

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Kids Are Anxious And Scared During The Pandemic. Here's How Parents Can Help

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