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Rebecca Davis

Trip:
Rwanda 2011
Affiliation:
National Public Radio
Country:
Rwanda
Year:
2011

Rebecca Davis is a senior producer for National Public Radio. She is responsible for developing, researching, reporting, and producing news and feature stories with desk reporters on issues of science and health. She also hosts and produces “Your Health,” a weekly podcast. She joined NPR in 1993, working initially at “Weekend All Things Considered.” In 2001 she moved to her current position as senior producer of the science desk, where she also covers climate and the environment. She traveled to Haiti to cover the first efforts to distribute AIDS drugs in a developing country. Davis has also traveled to Fort Hood, Texas, to produce a piece on the military’s combat stress control unites and mobile mental health units. Before joining NPR, she worked as a freelance reporter/producer and previously worked at Pacifica Radio News. She obtained a B.S. from the University of Texas at Austin.

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