Katherine Goldstein the creator and host of The Double Shift podcast. She runs Double Shift Productions as an independent journalism company. She’s an award-winning journalist who is an expert on working mothers. 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,” “I was a Sheryl Sandberg superfan, Then her “Lean In” advice failed me” and “Where are the Mothers?” She’s completed a summer audio intensive at The Center For Documentary Studies at Duke. Her literary agent is Leigh Eisenman at Mackenzie Wolf. Katherine lives in Durham, N.C., and is the mother to a three-year-old son.
Read Katherine’s latest article in Slate, “Why, in 2019, are American workplaces still so bad at dealing with issues around infertility?”
“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.”
- Katherine Goldstein
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.