Ashley Ahearn: Riding, and recording, the Urban-Rural Divide

Winthrop, WA

Ashley Ahearn is an independent producer and reporter living in rural north-central Washington State. She worked for NPR and member stations for more than a decade before starting her own production company. She’s made several podcast series, including Terrestrial (a show about climate change for NPR and KUOW), Grouse (a show about a controversial bird and what it can teach us about life in the rural west, for Boise State Public Radio/NPR) and now Women’s Work (a show about badass women ranchers who are changing ranching as we know it, for Boise State Public Radio/NPR). She’s available for editing and production work, when she’s not busy training the wild baby mustang she just adopted. (She will probably podcast about this in the future).
Ashley Ahearn: Riding, and recording, the Urban-Rural Divide