Kameel Stanley is an award-winning podcaster, journalist, storyteller and everyone’s favorite auntie. She’s spent more than a dozen years in media, and much of her work has centered on race, class, policing and power. She currently leads projects and people at Stitcher, as director of the audio documentary team. Before that, she was senior producer of USA TODAY’s investigative podcast The City; co-host and producer of We Live Here, a podcast from St. Louis Public Radio & PRX; and an investigative reporter at the Tampa Bay Times in Florida. Kameel is a proud Lem Tucker scholar and graduated from Central Michigan University. She’s been a judge for the annual Investigative Reporters & Editors contest, and is a member of Poynter’s national advisory board. Outside of work, she’s the founding organizer of a storytelling event, a brunch club for women of color, and an annual community hip-hop 5K. She’s based in St. Louis.