Journalist, editor @phylfletch
Phyllis Fletcher is a decorated editor, mentor, teacher and coach with nearly two decades of distinguished service in journalism. Her podcast portfolio includes documentary, investigations, history, comedy and advice. Phyllis’s work has served audiences of The New York Times, NPR and American Public Media. She’s been recognized with two Gracie Awards, two Salutes to Excellence from the National Association of Black Journalists and a Sigma Delta Chi medal. She was named a Friend of Scholastic Journalism by the Journalism Education Association, and the Public Media Journalists Association made her its inaugural Editor of the Year. Phyllis is an alumna of Columbia University and holds a Master of Communication with a fellowship in demography from the University of Washington. Her research on the unique ethical challenges faced by journalists from marginalized groups is published in the Handbook of Global Media Ethics from Springer International.