Alicia Zuckerman is Editorial Director at WLRN and also currently serves as President of Public Media Journalists Association (PMJA, formerly PRNDI). She oversees narrative and investigative audio journalism at WLRN, and recently edited the audio documentary, Chartered: Florida’s First Private Takeover of a Public School System. She routinely reminds reporters to find and make moments of joy, which is how she learned you can grow mangoes on a balcony. Zuckerman was a USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism fellow, and previously covered the arts at WNYC/New York Public Radio and New York magazine. She is a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and has won a national Edward R. Murrow award, an SPJ Sigma Delta Chi award, and a Third Coast International Audio award. She lives in Miami Beach, where she worries about sea level rise.