Director of Information Technology & Engineeringengineer@ripr.org
Aaron leads the team that keeps our transmitters, computers and studios working at peak proficiency while strategizing future technical improvements. Born in Westerly and raised in nearby Mystic, CT, Aaron has lived in New England for over 30...
Ambar Espinoza’s roots in environmental journalism started in Rhode Island a few years ago as an environmental reporting fellow at the Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting. She...
Avory started as Rhode Island Public Radio's environment reporter in April 2017. You'll also hear her sometimes filling-in as the weekend news host/anchor as well. Before joining the station, she was a general assignment reporter at Wisconsin...
Performing Arts Criticnews@ripr.org
Bill Gale has had a widely varied career (including a stint as an air traffic controller) before dedicating himself to The Providence Journal for 35 years — 25 of those as the Journal's theater and dance...
For more than 40 years, Bob Kerr worked at the Providence Journal, where he was beloved by many readers for his columns about the people and the issues that animate Rhode Island. Now he's an occasional contributor to Rhode Island...
Morning Edition email@example.com
Chuck became part of RIPR in 2012 after a career on commercial radio. He got his broadcasting start as an announcer for Off Track Betting Corporation in NYC. He’s been a news director, music director, production director and morning personality...
All Things Considered Hostdfallon@ripr.org
Dave Fallon is RIPR's afternoon host and news anchor for All Things Considered. He's a born-and-bred Rhode Islander, having gone to school at Cranston East, Rhode Island College,
Elisabeth Harrison's journalism background includes everything from behind-the-scenes work with the CBS Evening News to freelance documentary production.
She joined the WRNI team in 2007...
Ian Donnis has been the political reporter for Rhode Island Public Radio since 2009. The Washington Post has called him one of Rhode Island’s best political reporters. Besides reporting, Ian tweets at
Operations & Production Managerjames@ripr.org
As Operations & Production Manager, James handles everything from on-air promotions to producing the pledge drive. If you have a question about a program or story you heard on RIPR, he will be happy to talk to you about it.
John started at RIPR in 2013 as the Morning Edition producer; researching stories, interviewing newsmakers, and writing scripts for stories every morning. Plus special projects and regular reporting on major events. In early 2017 he...
Arditi joins RIPR after more than three decades as a reporter, including 28 years at the Providence Journal, where she has covered a variety of beats, most recently health care. A native of New York...
Mark Degon helped launch RIPR (then called WRNI), and spent 10 years as the news director here. Today he fills in occassionally as a news anchor and host. In his regular job, he coordinates all local news coverage for WBUR in Boston.
Mike Szostak covered sports for The Providence Journal for 36 years until retiring in 2013. His career highlights included five Winter Olympics from Lake Placid to Nagano and 17 seasons covering the
With a B.A. in political science and history from the University of Vermont and a wealth of knowledge of local politics, it was a given that Scott MacKay would become a commentator for Rhode Island Public Radio's Political Roundtable.