Bio: Interested in culture, community, and the interaction between both.
An is drawn towards exploring human connections through storytelling. She received a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College, with concentrations in creative nonfiction writing, anthropology, and psychology. An comes to AIR Media from WNYC’s community engagement and Diversity & Inclusion departments. She has also worked in arts administration with Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, where she spearheaded a project that profiled fifteen of the park’s exhibiting artists. Some of her other work includes interviewing residents of New York City’s three major Chinatowns, and speaking with Brownsville, Brooklyn community members on the changing socioeconomic landscape of their neighborhood. She is invested in journalism that immerses itself in the community, and is currently pursuing an MFA in creative nonfiction writing at Emerson College. She lives in Arlington, and can be found camping or hiking when she is not running after a bus or subway.
Available For: Acting, Arts reporting, Interviewing, Multimedia, Non-English Languages, Other, Print Reporting, Program development, Promotion and Marketing, Public Radio
Equipment: Pro Tools
Professional Media Experience: Multimedia production, Print Media, Social media strategy