Jodi Westrick | Social Media Producer

Jodi is Michigan Radio’s social media producer, working to connect listeners to the station across a variety of digital platforms. If you’re chatting with someone on Michigan Radio’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram… it’s likely her.

Beyond just posting to these streams, Jodi works with reporters, hosts and others across the newsroom to present stories to fans in an engaging way, ensuring they’re even further engaged in the great reporting Michigan Radio does.

A Michigan-native, Jodi previously spent time in Washington, D.C., working as a digital media producer for Animal Planet and The Washington Post. She’s a graduate of Hillsdale College, and holds a Masters in Journalism from American University. In her free time, she enjoys playing softball, reading, photography, watching funny animal videos, and sharing photos of and stories about her two rescue cats, Otis and Etta.

Contributions from Jodi Westrick

  • Sustaining member? We want to hear from you!
    Each day you listen to your favorite Michigan Radio and NPR voices on our airwaves – but now it's your chance to hear your voice alongside those that make up the soundtrack to your day. If you ar …
  • We're hiring a Temporary Broadcast Producer for Stateside
    Michigan Radio, the public radio station of the University of Michigan, is seeking a producer for Michigan Radio’s news and interview show Stateside for 3 months. PLEASE NOTE: This is a temporary posi …
  • A look back on some of John Dingell's greatest tweets
    As Michiganders and the country mourn the loss of former Michigan Congressman John Dingell , we wanted to take a look back at some of the greatest missives from the prolific tweeter . Dingell didn …
  • Help us shrink our membership drive week
    We're gearing up for our mid-March membership drive, but this time it comes with a special twist. When we hear from 300 first-time sustaining members between now and March 11, we'll shave on …
  • Six quick tips to avoid and treat frostbite
    With wind chill advisories across most of Michigan, most of us will be experiencing temperatures close to -25 degrees Fahrenheit. While the temperature is expected to increase throughout the day, when …