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Natasha Haverty

Member since 2008

Location

  • Putney, VT

Portfolio

Languages

Spanish

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  • Engineering
  • Music
  • Producing
  • Recording
  • Reporting
  • Voice
  • Writing

About Natasha

Natasha Haverty is an independent journalist whose work has appeared on NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered, Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting, and in The New York Times. She is a two-time recipient of the National Edward R. Murrow Award, and has twice been honored by the Society of Professional Journalists. Her investigations of criminal justice systems have sparked legislative change.

During her time at North Country Public Radio she co-reported and produced The Prison Time Media Project, a national radio series exploring the impact of New York's Rockefeller Drug Laws. As the lead correspondent on New Hampshire Public Radio’s State of Democracy unit, Natasha reported on all aspects of the 2016 election cycle. From 2018-19 she was an O’Brien Fellow in Public Service Journalism, reporting on how mass incarceration distorts democracy.

Natasha got her start at The Moth, where she worked to diversify the voices on-stage, directed live stories and shows, and helped launch the Peabody award-winning Moth Radio Hour. She is one-half of the podcast We Are Not These People with long-time creative partner Brendan Pelsue. The two are currently adapting one of her reporting projects into a television series.

Experience

Skills

  • Acting
  • Field Producing
  • Field Recording
  • Hosting
  • Interviewing
  • Mentoring
  • Producing
  • Reporting
  • Show Development
  • Story Editing
  • Tape Syncs
  • Voice Coaching
  • Voiceover