Carrie Saldo is an experienced and award-winning multimedia journalist.
She's reported on everything from arts to politics. Her work had aired on PBS and NPR member stations, including GBH News in Boston and Rocky Mountain Public Media in Denver, as well as podcasts, and in newspapers and magazines. 
Her investigations have sought justice for homeless individuals, called attention to racial inequity in the construction industry and sparked an international debate about two Norman Rockwell paintings.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal and the artist Christo are among the people she's interviewed.
She has degrees in English and Theater from Manhattanville College.