Cher Vincent Joins NPR : NPR Extra Cher Vincent has joined NPR as a Supervising Producer working with the Content Development Team and Louder Than A Riot

Cher Vincent Joins NPR

In a note to newsroom staff, Yolanda Sangweni, VP, Programming & New Content Development made the following announcement:

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Cher Vincent

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Colleagues,

I'm excited to announce that Cher Vincent has joined NPR as a Supervising Producer working with the Content Development Team and Louder Than A Riot.

Cher was most recently a Senior Producer at Pushkin Industries, where she piloted and produced shows like Some of My Best Friends Are with Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Ben Austen, and Well-Read Black Girl with Glory Edim. Previously, she was the Senior Producer of Slate's Thirst Aid Kit and in 2020, the Senior Editor of the award-winning podcast Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America for Vox Creative. She has also produced stories for The New York Times, Gimlet Media, Spotify, Endeavor Audio, and many other places on the internet.

After years of enjoying podcasting as a public school science teacher in Chicago, Cher co-founded the podcast collective, Postloudness, in 2016. She currently resides in Brooklyn and is often told she is delightful.

Lastly, as someone who was born and raised in Chicago, Cher has thoughts about The Bear on Hulu! She's on Slack, y'all.

Please join me in welcoming Cher to NPR!