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Mia Warren is an audio producer based in Brooklyn, NY. Previously, she produced for StoryCorps and reported for Marfa Public Radio in far west Texas. Mia is the co-creator and executive producer of Feeling My Flo, a podcast for tweens and teens all about menstruation. She got her start in audio storytelling in Lima, Peru, where she documented stories in the Japanese Peruvian community on a Fulbright fellowship.
Rob St. Mary has been involved in storytelling since he started an underground student newspaper while still in high school. Since then he has become an internationally-renowned award-winning writer, radio & podcast host/reporter/producer, journalist, filmmaker, and crowdfunding professional. Rob is best known for his career in radio/podcast journalism with stints at WJR (Detroit), WOOD (Grand Rapids), WDET (Detroit), KAJX (Aspen), and the Detroit Free Press. During his time in commercial & public radio, Rob won over two dozen state awards for individual, investigative, and feature reporting. He was also a two-time regional Edward R. Murrow Award winner from the Radio-Television News Director’s Association. As an author, Rob received Michigan Notable Book Award honors in 2016 for his first project, “The Orbit Magazine Anthology.” A Knight Arts challenge winner, Rob is currently in process on a project documenting Detroit’s late 1970s punk rock scene. Rob is always interested in new ideas and enjoys collaboration with driven, creative people. He lives in Hamtramck with his wife & best friend, Erin Carr.
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