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Francesca Rheannon is Co-Director of Sea Change Media and Co-Host/Producer of Sea Change Radio.
She's an award-winning broadcast journalist with a background in political economy and environmental education. She has written on sustainability for E-The Environmental Magazine, SocialFunds.com, CSRwire.com, The CRO, and New Solutions. She has also covered sustainability-related issues as producer of Techcast at UMass, the podcast of the Office of Commercial Ventures and Intellectual Property at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
As an independent radio producer, Rheannon won the 2006 Nancy Dickerson Whitehead Award for the series she produced, Voices of HIV: HIV/AIDS in the Latino Communities of Western New England. Her features have appeared on National Public Radio and community radio stations. In addition to co-hosting/producing Sea Change Radio, Rheannon hosts/produces Writer’s Voice, a nationally syndicated radio show and podcast that interviews authors on issues that matter across all genres.
Rheannon co-founded Nuestras Raices, a Latino community organization honored by Ashoka for social entrepreneurship. She wrote a study of occupational health education programs for the U.S. Department of Labor that helped establish federal funding for such education under the New Directions Programs. Francesca served as director of the Western Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health for a decade.
December 31, 2012 Guns and Mental IllnessSource: Joe Nocera, NY Times
Many years ago, when I was a young reporter at Texas Monthly magazine, I spent the better part of six months in the company of a man who suffered from schizophrenia. His name was Fred Thomas; he was 23 years old; and he had been...
To quench the thirst of Southern California's some 20 million people, water must be imported from hundreds of miles away, across a daunting array of deserts, valleys and mountains. For decades, Angelenos have muttered a doomsday...
October 7, 2009 Why posterity mattersSource: Francesca Rheannon
First David Brooks, then Tyler Cowen and now Francesca Rheannon got me thinking this week about posterity and legacy and why they matter so much. Francesca, who is our guest blogger today, is a contributing writer at CSR Wire...
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