Julia Scott


Julia Scott is an award-winning journalist, editor, and podcast expert with an extensive background in international journalism. Her work has been featured in Best American Science Writing, Best American Essays and on Good Morning America. A veteran of three newsrooms, she has brought her narrative storytelling skills to documentaries, experiential audio and news reporting for American Public Media’s Marketplace, the CBC, the BBC World Service and Public Radio International’s The World. She is a former editor for West Coast NPR stations KQED and KALW.

Her magazine stories and essays have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Nautilus, Modern Farmer, The Logic and The Walrus.

In pursuit of stories she has slathered herself in bacteria in the name of science, profiled giant pumpkin-growing fanatics and reported from the inside of an iron lung.

Scott is the co-founder of SeedPod Media, a full-service audio production, coaching and consulting company. She brings podcast seasons and audiobooks to life for renowned brands, nonprofits and audio production studios, such as Pushkin, The Intercept, Duolingo, IDEO and Center for Humane Technology. She is the host of the Daring Cities podcast.

Born and raised in Montreal, Canada, Scott maintains dual Canadian-American citizenship. She lives in Oakland, California. Follow her on Twitter @juliascribe.

 

Julia Scott

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