Bio: Mia Lobel is an award-winning multimedia producer, journalist, and educator, and Managing Producer at Panoply, helping the company develop and produce original programming including Malcolm Gladwell's Revisionist History.
Over the past fifteen years, she's worked for media outlets across the country, specializing in creating unique content for public radio stations, non-profit organizations, museums, and universities. Projects include Distillations, an award-winning history of chemistry podcast; Stories from the Field, a mini-oral history series about women in science, and the Wesleyan Storytelling Project, featuring dialogue with generations of alumni.
Mia teaches radio and voiceover as an adjunct professor at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and leads workshops throughout the region. She's also founder of Freelance Café, a support, networking, and resource web site for independent media producers nationwide.
Mia received a bachelor's degree in Anthropology from Wesleyan University and a Masters of Journalism from UC Berkeley. She lives in the Hudson Valley, NY with her husband and two sons and makes her own maple syrup.