Kathy Goldgeier Kathy Goldgeier is NPR's Network Hub Content Manager. She is part of a team reimagining the collaboration between NPR and Member stations.
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Kathy Goldgeier
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Kathy Goldgeier

Network Hub Content Manager

Kathy Goldgeier is NPR's Network Hub Content Manager. She is part of a team reimagining the collaboration between NPR and Member stations. She works closely with the regional news hubs that bring stations together to share resources, coordinate coverage and reach new audiences.

Goldgeier came to NPR from Member station WAMU in Washington, D.C., where she served as managing editor for broadcast and senior news producer. She was also a producer for The Kojo Nnamdi Show.

The California native started her career in print journalism and covered city hall for the San Francisco Chronicle. She is a graduate of Stanford University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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Cash machines in a supermarket in Kiev weren't working on Wednesday after a cyberattack paralyzed computers in Ukraine and elsewhere. Victims included government offices, energy companies, banks and gas stations. Efrem Lukatsky/AP hide caption

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Brandon E. Banks and his attorney Katie Hagan listen during his trial June 19 in Nashville. The jury on Friday convicted Banks of rape and sexual battery. Lacy Atkins/AP hide caption

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A speaker addresses the crowd Wednesday at a vigil for 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen, who was killed Sunday in Northern Virginia as she returned to a mosque with a group of friends. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Attorney Anthony D. Gray speaks at a 2015 news conference as Michael Brown's parents, Lesley McSpadden, second from left, and Michael Brown Sr., right, listen along with attorney Benjamin L. Crump, left. The parents have settled a wrongful death lawsuit with the the city of Ferguson, Mo., over the fatal shooting of their son. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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A statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee, as it was removed from its longtime resting place in New Orleans on Friday. Lee's statue was the last of four Confederate monuments to be removed under a 2015 City Council vote. Scott Threlkeld/AP hide caption

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