Community Engagement Specialistbhowell@wfyi.org
Brittani plans events and makes connections for the Side Effects team. She graduated from Mercer University. Prior to WFYI, she was a lifestyle reporter and editor in southern Georgia and the education reporter for the Herald-Times in...
Reporter, Side Effects Public Mediacbarrett@wfyi.org
Carter is a reporter based at WFYI in Indianapolis, Indiana. A long-time Hoosier, she is thrilled to stay in her hometown to cover public health. Previously, she covered education for WFYI News with a focus on school safety. Carter graduated...
Christine Herman is a Ph.D. chemist turned audio journalist. Her reporting has received awards from the Illinois Associated Press Broadcasters Association and has aired on national programs including All Things Considered and Here & Now....
Project Manager, Side Effects Public Mediacdietz@wfyi.org
Cleveland was previously general manager for WFHB Community Radio in Bloomington, Indiana. He has also served as a staff writer at a weekly newspaper in Ellettsville, Indiana and as senior copy editor for a software reviews website based in...
Managing Editor, Side Effects Public Mediadrosenthal@wfyi.org
Dave is the former Senior Director of News & Public Affairs at WBFO/WNED in Buffalo and previously was Managing Editor of Great Lakes Today, a public radio collaboration. Before moving to public broadcasting, he was The Baltimore Sun's...
Jake Harper started his job at Side Effects shortly before the 2015 announcement of an HIV outbreak in southern Indiana, and since then has focused his reporting on addiction, Medicaid and access to health care. His investigations have covered...
Reporter, Side Effects Public Medialbavis@wfyi.org
Lauren a reporter based at WFYI in Indianapolis and the co-host of Sick, a podcast about what goes wrong in the places meant to keep us healthy. Lauren graduated from Towson University in Baltimore,...
Reporter, Iowa Public Radionkrebs@iowapublicradio.org
Natalie Krebs is the health reporter for Iowa Public Radio in Des Moines. She previously worked as an independent producer in west Texas where she covered issues related to the environment, immigration and health care. She has a master’s degree...
Paige Pfleger is a reporter for WOSU, Central Ohio's NPR station. Before joining the staff of WOSU, Paige worked in the newsrooms of NPR, Vox, Michigan Radio, WHYY and The Tennessean. She spent three years in Philadelphia covering health,...
Paola Nicole Marizan covers local news and culture for WNIN. She created Que Pasa, Midwest, the station’s first bilingual radio podcast, designed to keep the Latino community informed about local news and events.