People

  • Production Manager

    Andrew Parrella came to NHPR in 2007 and is our main producer of all on-air promotions and station imaging spots. He also produces our weekly feature/podcast Something Wild and works on...

  • Producer, Creative Productions Unit

    Ben Henry is a production assistant for NHPR's podcasts. Previously, he was a reporter for The Scientist magazine, where he wrote about health and science and made a podcast. He earned a degree in biology and a minor in English literature from...

  • Membership Services Associate
  • President and CEO

    Betsy Gardella is President & CEO of New Hampshire Public Radio. Prior to joining NHPR she was Project Director for American Public Media’s 2005 Public Radio Collaboration, Think Global and Executive Vice President and COO of WNYC Radio.

  • Director of Corporate Support

    Bob joined NHPR in November 2015 as Director of Corporate Support with twenty years of experience in all facets of media.  In the past, he has supervised sales consulting teams at The Boston Globe, Boston.com, Comcast Spotlight and Knight...

  • Upper Valley/Monadnock Reporter

  • State of Democracy/Health Reporter

  • Host, Something Wild

    Chris Martin has worked for New Hampshire Audubon for more than 26 years as a Conservation Biologist, specializing in birds of prey such as bald eagles, ospreys, and peregrine falcons.

    Martin has climbed to bald eagle nests in Alaska's...

  • Manager of Data Systems
  • Producer, The Exchange

  • Managing Editor

  • Development Associate, Grants & Engagement
  • News Director

  • Operations Manager and Midday Host

    Dan was born and raised in Concord and attended Concord public schools before heading off to college in Boston, where he majored in radio production. Dan spent many years working in commercial radio in Concord and Manchester before starting...

  • Digital Engagement Producer

  • Host, Something Wild

  • Corporate Relations Representative
  • VP of Development

    Deb Turner has joined NHPR as Vice President of Development.  Deb is a 35+ year fundraising professional who has spent her career achieving successful outcomes through strategic management of fundraising programs.  Deb started her fundraising...

  • Traffic Manager and Development Coordinator
  • Executive Assistant and Office Manager
  • Senior Producer, The Exchange

    Before joining NHPR as producer for The Exchange in 2011, Ellen Grimm worked as a freelance reporter, covering Manchester for NHPR and writing for The Associated Press, New Hampshire Business Review, and The Telegraph of Nashua. Before moving...

  • Reporter

    Emily Corwin covers New Hampshire news, and reports on the state's criminal justice system. She's also one of eight dedicated reporters with the New England News Collaborative, a consortium of public media...

  • Fundraising Producer

    Emily has worked with NPR member stations since 2007. Before joining the NHPR staff, she served as local host for All Things Considered as well as Director of Business and Foundation Support for KUSP, Central Coast Public Radio in Santa Cruz,...

  • Corporate Relations Representative
  • Couch Fellow

    Hannah McCarthy is the Couch Fellow at NHPR. She will spend a year working as a reporter in the newsroom, and as a producer on "Word of Mouth," and "Outside/In." Hannah received her M.A. in journalism from New York University, where she studied...

  • Seacoast Reporter

    Jason is NHPR's Seacoast reporter, and he also covers education. Before joining NHPR in February of 2015, Jason held internships with a variety of public radio organizations including StoryCorps, Transom.org, and WBHM in Birmingham, Alabama. He...

  • Producer, The Exchange | On-Air Host

  • Producer, Word of Mouth|Outside/In

  • Senior Political Reporter and Editor

    Josh has worked at NHPR since 2000 and serves as NHPR’s State House reporter. Before joining the staff, he lived in New York, where he worked for a number of different magazines.

    Josh’s award winning reporting can be heard locally but...

  • Host, The Folk Show

    Kate’s public radio career started at Keene State College as a volunteer DJ with the University’s student run station, WKNH, where she hosted a Sunday afternoon folk music program, Fiddlesticks for six years. In 1986 after graduating, Kate was...

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