Katherine Goldstein is an award-winning journalist who is an expert on women and work. She was a 2017 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University and has a track record for conversation-setting work, such as the viral New York Times op-ed, “The Open Secret of Anti-Mom Bias in the Workplace,” and “Where are the Mothers?” from Nieman Reports.
She’s completed a summer audio intensive at The Center For Documentary Studies at Duke. She lives in Durham, NC, and is the mother to a three year old son.
This podcast is about our stories. It’s not about parenting or kids. It’s about us — and challenging the world we live in today.
Sarah Ventre is the Executive Producer of The Double Shift and a founder of Prickly Ear Productions, an audio production and education company.
Previously she was Senior Producer at Phoenix’s NPR station KJZZ, and a producer and editor at NPR headquarters in Washington. She won a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for her reporting on the remote community that is home to the FLDS church, and is one of the founders of Girls Rock! Phoenix — a nonprofit organization that works to empower girls, trans, and gender nonconforming kids through music.
She is always up for a good laugh or a great chile relleno, and loves collaborative creative work and the desert.