Audio Education: Columbia University, Barnard College, BA in History Maggie Penman is the senior producer for "Post Reports," The Washington Post's flagship daily news podcast. She previously reported and produced for NPR and its member stations, WNYC and WGBH. While at NPR, Penman helped launch the popular social science podcast "Hidden Brain," contributed breaking news and features reporting to the network, and was a producer on Morning Edition. Honors & Awards:
Arthur F. Burns Fellow, 2017
AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Award for Audio, 2016
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