Executive, Morning Show, Other, Programming, Show Producer
Formats: News / Talk, Public Radio
Kitty Eisele is an award-winning writer, editor and producer, most recently with NPR News.
As editor of “Morning Edition and “Weekend All Things Considered” for nearly two decades, she determined the news agenda daily for millions of listeners.
As a film producer with Ken Burns, she received an Emmy Award for her work on “The Civil War” series and other productions for PBS.
As an adjunct professor of journalism she runs advanced writing seminars for undergraduates at Georgetown University.
A 2014-2015 Nieman Fellow at Harvard, her editing has earned Dupont, James Beard and Peabody Awards. She’s been a fellow of the Japan Society and the Salzburg Seminar.
She now produces and edits news and cultural podcasts, including NPR’s “It’s Been a Minute” and Audible’s “Jim Wallis in Conversation.”
- Lives in Washington, DC, Washington but is willing to relocate
- Website: http://www.kitindc.com/
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (202) 365-8643
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