Stephanie Foo

Stephanie Foo is a writer and radio producer. She is currently writing an investigative memoir on Complex PTSD. She spent several years as a producer for This American Life, where she produced dozens of radio stories and an Emmy-winning video short. Before that, she helped create Snap Judgment. Her work has also aired on shows like 99% Invisible and Reply All.

She is an advocate for diversity in media. She wrote a viral piece for Transom about increasing racial and economic diversity in workplaces and created an audio hackathon to diversify the way people can access and share audio. She then led the development of Shortcut, a revolutionary app for sharing podcast audio. She was a Knight Foundation Fellow and a Tow Foundation Fellow for the project.

Stephanie holds a BA in Literature from the University of California, Santa Cruz.