Rhonda J. Miller
Rhonda J. Miller is a reporter and audio producer for WKU Public Radio in Bowling Green, Kentucky, the local NPR affiliate. She won a 2020 Green Eyeshades Award, 2nd place in radio, for Public Service Journalism for stories about hunger in Kentucky. She won the 2019 award for Best Radio Reporter from the Kentucky AP Broadcasters and the regional Edward R. Murrow and AP awards in Mississippi, Kentucky and Florida. Rhonda was awarded a 2019 and 2018 Journalists in Aging Fellowship, sponsored by the Gerontological Society of America and Journalists Network on the Generations, to produce stories on challenges faced by elder refugees and older workers.
Her recent freelance writing has been published on Next Avenue and her freelance radio stories have aired on Voice of America, AARP Radio, NPR and through Public Radio Exchange (PRX).She has been Gulf Coast Reporter for Mississippi Public Broadcasting and education reporter for Rhode Island Public Radio. She earned her master’s degree in media studies from Rhode Island College in 2013, and has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Boston University. You can listen to some of the radio stories she’s produced on her website.