Community Engagement Producer
Kristin Leong is a former middle school Humanities teacher and before joining KUOW, she was Town Hall Seattle's Community Programs Curator and Residency Program Lead.
She is one of 30 international leaders selected for TED-Ed's third cohort of Innovative Educators and she is a three-term Washington State Teacher Leader.
She is the founder of RollCallProject.com, a portrait and storytelling project humanizing the culture gaps separating students and teachers.
Her project HALF: Biracial + Bicultural was nominated for a USA Today award.
You can learn more about Kristin's work at kristinleong.com.
KUOW brings together a new group of ten inquisitive humans for an experimental dinner party.
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A bicultural producer discovers a familiar narrative and faces unexpected challenges in a her first public radio story.
Our new KUOW Curiosity Club will be exploring the possibility that surprising stories and great food can transform a group of strangers into a community.
Politics vs. pop culture. Let the debate begin