Katie Monteleone Katie Monteleone is a producer for TED Radio Hour.
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Katie Monteleone

Producer, TED Radio Hour

Katie Monteleone is a producer for TED Radio Hour. She started out as an intern for the show in January 2019. After her internship, Monteleone began producing for Life Kit before returning to the TED Radio Hour team in October 2019 as a full-time producer.

For TED Radio Hour, she's produced sound-rich segments on a wide variety of subjects including TikTok star Alexis Nikole Nelson's adventures as a forager, archaeologist Alyssa Loorya's exploration of a 300-year-old farmhouse in Brooklyn and the 5,000 mile journey of a giant puppet named Amal.

Monteleone graduated from Colby College in 2018 where she studied theater and creative writing. In her free time, she loves to cook vegetarian food, listen to Broadway musical soundtracks and hang out with her dog Maple.

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Marcia Belsky: That time when NASA (almost) sent Sally Ride to space with 100 tampons

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Andrew Dent: How everyday materials can make innovative new products

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Anna Malaika Tubbs: The forgotten mothers of civil rights history

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Nicola Sturgeon: How can small countries have a global impact?

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Yvonne van Amerongen: How can we reimagine elder care around human connection?

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Jill Heinerth: What can we learn from our planet's hidden waterways?

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Craig Richard: Whispers and haircuts — the science of ASMR

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Irma Olguin Jr. on the TED stage. Gilberto Tadday/Gilberto Tadday / TED hide caption

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Irma Olguin: Why we should bring tech economies to underdog cities

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Jess Kutch: Can unions address the changing needs of workers today?

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Ryan Phelan: How gene technology can save species on the brink of extinction

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Phillip Atiba Goff: How can communities reimagine their approach to public safety?

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Amir Nizar Zuabi: How one puppet's 5,000 mile journey delivers a message of hope

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Forager Alexis Nikole Nelson says the outdoors is "like Disney World, but plants and full of much cheaper food." Rick vd Vlies/Getty Images/500px Plus hide caption

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How foraging reconnected Alexis Nikole Nelson with food and her culture

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Sandeep Jauhar: How do emotions affect the heart?

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Alexis Nikole Nelson: How Foraging Restored My Relationship With Food

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