Since 2009, I've worked with StoryCorps, the National Oral History Project, both on their weekly broadcast segment on NPR and for the organization's special projects. All StoryCorps interviews take place as conversations between people who know one another. My role involves sourcing, recording and shaping those conversations into powerful, two minute segments.

You can listen to some of the StoryCorps broadcasts I’ve worked on here.

Recent special projects I’ve produced for StoryCorps include:



As a trainer and speaker for StoryCorps, I’ve designed presentations and workshops on storytelling for major foundations and organizations, including: The Rockefeller Foundation, Atlantic Philanthropies, The Joyce Foundation, The Nathan Cummings Foundation, L’Arche USA, and Rotary International. 

These talks and workshops focus on the power of stories to create impact and promote change, as well as the application of stories in work-life and communications. Please email if you're interested in finding out more. 



I’ve also contributed story research for the organization’s bestselling books: