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NHPR has grown to an organization of more than fifty employees working every day to bring quality journalism and great programs to every corner of the Granite State and beyond. From board operators to bookkeepers, show hosts to membership managers, we wouldn't be where we are without our employees.
Meet the content directors, producers, and on-air talent on the broadcast side of NHPR's organization, and see if their faces match the voices you've come to know so well.
The content team
Dan Barrick, News Director
Dan came to NHPR in 2015 to lead the State of Democracy team as Senior Editor of Politics and Policy.
Before joining NHPR, Dan was deputy director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies, an independent, non-partisan think tank. He also worked for nearly a decade at the Concord Monitor in various roles, including State House reporter, business reporter, deputy city editor, and news editor. The New Hampshire Press Association named him Writer of the Year in 2010.
Dan holds a degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.
Rebecca Lavoie, Digital Director
Rebecca manages NHPR's social media strategy, is lead web editor, and owns a variety of new media and technology initiatives.
Rebecca was formerly the Senior Producer for NHPR's Word of Mouth, where she produced hundreds of hours of on-air content and built the show's digital presence. Before coming to NHPR, she was a freelance features writer for publications including Playboy, Newsweek, The Concord Monitor, and New Hampshire Magazine.
She's also the co-author of four mass-market true crime books and hosts several podcasts. Rebecca has a BA in English from the University of New Hampshire.
Maureen McMurray, Dir. of Innovative Content & Audience Development
Maureen started her radio career as an Associate Producer on The Leonard Lopate Show and has been a Supervising Producer on both the Catholic Channel on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio and on Martha Stewart Living Radio.
More recently she has been a contributing reporter for New Orleans Public Radio and served as Editor and Producer of NPR Intelligence Squared US, and was Executive Producer of NHPR's Creative Production Unit.
Maureen has a BA in Film Studies and History from Wesleyan University.
Cori Princell, Managing Editor
As NHPR's Managing Editor, Cori finds stories, works with reporters and producers across the content team, and helps shape coverage of news, trends and issues in the state.
She joined NHPR in 2017 after living on the west coast of Scotland for a few years, where she did freelance reporting and community projects. Before that, she worked for 10 years at WUNC in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, much of that time as a producer and editor of The Story.
Cori studied American Civilization at Brown University.
Michael Brindley, Program Manager
Michael oversees Morning Edition, All Things Considered, The Exchange, and NHPR's programming schedule. He came to NHPR in 2012, working as the station's newscast producer/reporter and in 2015, took on the role of Morning Edition producer. Michael worked for eight years at The Telegraph of Nashua, covering education and working as the metro editor.
A life-long Granite Stater raised in Nashua, Michael studied journalism at Keene State College