Vicki Lofquist

Vicki Lofquist is a veteran journalist whose radio reports and documentaries were broadcast by NPR, Public Radio International, and the BBC. Lofquist wrote and produced the award-winning radio documentary “Leading to Beijing: Voices of Global Women” as well as a series of audio profiles called “Science Lives: Women and Minorities in the Sciences.” At the University of Minnesota, she earned a master’s degree in journalism, worked as a reporter at its public radio station, and then as a documentary producer. She studied philosophy at St Andrews University in Scotland and received a bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College. She’s the author of “My Chautauqua: An Investigative Memoir” and the Third Act blog post “Flowers for Lahaina.”

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