Sarah Gilbert is the Vice President for News Programming at NPR. Previously, she was the Executive Producer for Morning Edition, during which time she created and launched Up First, NPR's morning news podcast.
Sarah Gilbert began her career in journalism at ITN in London, then moved to senior field production roles on the BBC's International desk. While based out of London she covered the 2003 conflict in Iraq, then moved to Brussels to cover breaking news across continental Europe.
She was next stationed in Washington D.C., from where she led the corporation's cross-platform election coverage in 2008. She went on to serve as Executive Producer for Americana, the weekly news and culture show broadcast from Washington, DC.
Sarah returned to NPR in 2014 from Marketplace in Los Angeles, where she was Managing Editor. She became the Executive Producer of Morning Edition in 2015.
Aguilar is an alumna and mentor with NPR's Next Generation Radio Project, a program that trains and coaches young journalists of color
Eric Marrapodi will lead NPR's live coverage of special events for the 2020 election.
Shannon Rhoades has been appointed NPR's Senior Editor for Interviews, a new role for the network, her first day will be August 19
Acting VP for News Programming Sarah Gilbert announced that Kenya Young has officially become the Executive Producer of Morning Edition, almost a year after she stepped into the acting position last November.
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