Jennifer is a reporter with Michigan Radio’s State of Opportunity project. She previously covered arts and culture for the station, and worked as a producer for WFUV in the Bronx.
Her stories and documentaries have won numerous regional and national awards, and her work has aired on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Marketplace and Studio 360. Continue reading “Jennifer Guerra | Reporter/Producer”
Bryce Huffman is Michigan Radio’s West Michigan Reporter. Huffman has been serving as a reporter for Michigan Radio since Fall 2016. He has covered a variety of Michigan stories, including immigrants facing deportation, the Detroit-area doctor involved in the female genital mutilation case, and residents concerned about a massive sinkhole in Macomb County. Continue reading “Bryce Huffman | West Michigan Reporter”
Sarah Hulett became Michigan Radio’s Senior Editor in August 2011. For five years she was the station’s Detroit reporter, and contributed to several reporting projects that won state and national awards. Continue reading “Sarah Hulett | Senior Editor”
Rebecca Kruth is the host of Weekend Edition and a reporter at Michigan Radio. She first came to the station in 2014 and worked on Morning Edition. After earning degrees in English and American Studies from Michigan State University, Rebecca began her radio career as a newsroom intern at WKAR in East Lansing. Continue reading “Rebecca Kruth | Weekend Host / Reporter”
Joe Linstroth is the executive producer of Stateside, Michigan Radio’s daily news magazine. Before joining the station, he was the founding senior producer of Current State, WKAR’s daily show. Joe began his public radio career working on WBEZ’s global affairs show, Worldview, and got his start in journalism writing film reviews and reporting for the Evanston RoundTable. Continue reading “Joe Linstroth | Executive Producer of Stateside”
Mercedes Mejia produces interviews for Stateside. She’s also and arts an culture reporter. Mercedes relocated to Michigan from New Mexico, where she earned her BA in Journalism and Latin American Studies. Continue reading “Mercedes Mejia | Reporter/Producer”
Imani Mixon is a Detroit-based writer. After graduating from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, she returned to her hometown of Detroit to document its history and resurgence, with a particular focus on neighborhood change.
Last year, she wrote weekly articles about Detroit’s North End neighborhood as an On The Ground project editor with Model D Media. Imani will continue to explore the city’s rich neighborhood stories through a year long position as a podcast/producer in Detroit’s MorningSide neighborhood. You can find her wherever the best conversations or freshest ideas are happening. Continue reading “Imani Mixon | Podcast Trainer/Producer”
Mike Perini is Michigan Radio’s midday host. He started at the station in 1996 as a temporary, fill-in announcer and was made the full-time midday host in 2002. Mike likes to spend his vacations visiting some of the offbeat places in America’s heartland. Continue reading “Mike Perini | Host – Middays”
Tracy Samilton covers the auto industry, business, and the business response to climate change for Michigan Radio. She began her career at Michigan Radio as an intern, where she was promptly “bitten by the radio bug,” and never recovered. Continue reading “Tracy Samilton | Auto Reporter/Producer”
After starting at Michigan Radio as an intern for Stateside and then for the Environment Report, Lindsey is now a producer for both Stateside and station events. She recently graduated from the University of Michigan where she studied Comparative Literature, Spanish, Environment and Complex Systems. She moonlights as a fairly poor, yet resolute, salsa dancer. Continue reading “Lindsey Scullen | Producer”