Alissa Escarce is a radio news intern at KQED. She is also an independent radio producer whose work on urban planning, immigration, and agriculture has appeared on NPR's Latino USA, KCRW, and Radio Bilingue. Email: email@example.com Twitter: @Alissa Escarce
Ashleyanne Krigbaum is the producer of Rightnowish. She has also made podcasts for Noise Pop, Salon, and award-winning audio tours for SFMOMA, Smithsonian, and the de Young Museum. From 2015 to 2018, she was an announcer and local host of NPR's All Things Considered at KALW. When she's not making podcasts, she's DJing vinyl at dance parties around the Bay Area.
Anna Kusmer is a 2018 KQED News intern. She has worked as an ecologist and a hamburger flipper. She is also a freelance writer with stories appearing in NPR and PBS.
Alice Daniel loves the listening aspect of reporting because she gets to briefly walk in other people’s shoes. She has rappelled down into caves and gone up in helicopters for KQED’s The California Report but her favorite place to pursue a story is the High Sierra or any family-run bakery, of course. Alice has a masters in journalism from Columbia University and teaches at Fresno State. She is a California Healthline Regional Correspondent and a frequent contributor to Success magazine. In her free time, she skis and hikes, throws pottery, practices piano and looks out the window.
Anya Schultz is a visual intern for KQED. She was previously the magazine editor and multimedia editor at The Daily Californian, UC Berkeley's newspaper. You can follow her on Twitter @anyaviolet.