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Lisa Rezende
carries the same gene as Angelina Jolie; she’s had a double mastectomy, and had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed three years ago.
Michael Rezendes
Investigative reporter and political writer at the Boston Globe, where he shared the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for investigating sexual abuse in the Catholic Church
Michelle Rhee
Founder and CEO of Students First, an education reform advocacy group; former chancellor of Washington DC public schools
Walter Rhett
Historian and writer in the African Griot tradition, he blogs at Black History 360 and Southern Perlo
Jason Rhian
Founder and editor of Spaceflight Insider, a digital publication focused on space exploration efforts in the public and private sphere.
Morgan Rhodes
Morgan Rhodes' cell phone voicemail blares James Brown's Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag, a flying flag of her dedication to funk and soul that is displayed even better in her late night sets on KCRW's airwaves.
Richard Rhodes
Board member of the Atomic Heritage Foundation and author of 'The Making of the Atomic Bomb'
Ryan Rhodes
Iowa Tea Party activist
Los Angeles, California-based indie musical duo
Billy Riback
Dr. Antoni Ribas
Professor of Medicine and a Scientist with the Broad Stem Cell Research Center, UCLA
Nicholas Riccardi
Reporter, and former Denver Bureau Chief, for the Los Angeles Times
Sherry Ricchiardi
Senior contributing writer with the American Journalism Review and Professor of Journalism at Indiana University
Omar Ricci
Chairman of the Islamic Center of Southern California and an LAPD officer in the Counter-terrorism and Special Operations Bureau
Tom Ricci
Executive Vice President of Thomas Properties Group, Inc. a commercial real estate and investment manager
Jim Riccio
Director of the Low-Wage Workers and Communities policy area at MDRC, a nonprofit social science research organization that tests the effectiveness of new policies to alleviate poverty  
Jack Riccobono
Documentary filmmaker; director of 'The Seventh Fire'
Andrew Rice
Author of The Teeth May Smile but the Heart Does Not Forget : Murder and Memory in Uganda, he writes about Africa for New York Times Magazine and The New Republic, among other publications; former resident of Uganda (2002-2004)
Anne Rice
American author
Connie Rice
Civil rights attorney and Co-Director of the Advancement Project in Los Angeles; appointee to President Obama's White House task force on 21st Century Policing
Constance Rice
Civil rights attorney based in Los Angeles and Co-Director of the Advancement Project in Los Angeles , a policy and legal action group
Daymond Rice
Chairman of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association
Dennis Rice
Marketing consultant who ran Oscar campaigns as an executive at Miramax and Disney
Jennifer Rice
Jen has no idea what's going on and can't remember how she got here. She lives in the wilderness of Los Angeles with her bottles of port wine.
Johnathan Rice
Lynette Rice
Senior writer for Entertainment Weekly
Frank Rich
Essayist and writer-at-large for New York magazine; former long-time op-ed columnist at the New York Times and its chief drama critic
Michael Rich
Research astronomer at the University of California, Los Angeles; member of the Los Angeles Conservancy and collector of mid-century art, including Japanese design
Motoko Rich
K-12 education reporter for the New York Times
Terry Rich
President of the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries
Richard Buckner
Folky singer-songwriter, Richard Buckner, performs solo on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Gabriela Richard
Research fellow at the University of Pennsylvania who studies the effects video games have on users
Mark Richard
American short story writer, novelist, screenwriter and poet
Andrea Richards
Well-being columnist for Los Angeles Magazine
Gary Richards
Writer of the "Mr. Roadshow" column for the San Jose Mercury News
Kimberley Richards
Organizer with the New Orleans, Louisiana-based People's Institute for Survival and Beyond
Kymberleigh Richards
Public transit advocate and member of the Metro San Fernando Valley Service Council , appointed by Mayor Hahn in 2003
Mike Richards
American television personality and producer
Sarah Eliabeth Richards
Science journalist and the author of “Motherhood, Rescheduled: The New Frontier of Egg Freezing and the Women Who Tried It.”
Bill Richardson
Board chair of APCO Worldwide, a global political strategies consultancy; former Governor of New Mexico and author of Between Worlds : The Making of an American Life; former Democratic candidate for president;
Eric Richardson
Editor of BlogDowntown.com , a news website that covers downtown LA
Jeffrey Richardson
Gamble Curator of Western History, Popular Culture and Firearms at The Autry, a museum of Western history in Los Angeles, California, he's working on the book, Colt: The Revolver of the American West
Jill Richardson
Deputy director of the Los Angeles Times Poll
Jill Richardson
Author of 'Recipe for America: Why Our Food System is Broken and What We Can Do to Fix It,' blogger at La Vida Locavore and member of the policy advisory board of the Organic Consumers Association; former Whole Foods employee (2007)
John H. Richardson
Contributing writer to Esquire magazine
Ken Richardson
Former president of the Hughes Aircraft Company and author of Hughes after Howard : The Untold Story  
Kevin Richardson
Business and Features Editor at the Clarion Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi
Liza Richardson
Anchoring Saturday nights from 8pm to 10, Liza Richardson has hosted and produced a radio show on NPR's Santa Monica, CA flagship 89.9 KCRW since 1991.
Nela Richardson
Chief economist at Redfin, the national online realty firm
Peter Richardson
Lecturer at San Francisco State University, chair of the California Studies Association and author of A Bomb in Every Issue : How the Short Unruly Life of Ramparts Magazine Changed America
Phyllis Richardson
Design book editor and expat-American writer living with her family in England since 1992
Robert Richardson
He is known for his work on Inglourious Basterds (2009), Django Unchained (2012) and Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003).
Sophie Richardson
China director for Human Rights Watch and author of 'China, Cambodia, and the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence'
Keith Richburg
Fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government; former China correspondent for the Washington Post
Steven Richeimer
Doctor, Chief of the Division of Pain Medicine at USC’s Medical School, and member of the medical advisory board of Proove Biosciences
Catharine Richert
Agricultural reporter for Congressional Quarterly
Joe Richman
Independent Producer
Josh Richman
Politics reporter for the Bay Area News Group , which includes the San Jose Mercury News and the Oakland Tribune
Deborah Richmond
Architect at Touraine Richmond Architects , based in Venice, California
Josh Richmond
Political reporter for the Oakland Tribune
Walter Richmond
Professor of Russian Culture and Literature at Occidental College
Will Richmond
Video industry analyst with VideoNuze, which covers the online and mobile video sectors
Matt Richtel
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times based in the San Francisco Bay-area, focusing on technology; author of Hooked , which explores love and Internet addiction
Paul Richter
State Department Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times
Max Richtman
President of the nonprofit National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare
Thomas Ricks
Senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, he writes The Best Defense blog at ForeignPolicy.com; author of The Generals : American Military Command from World War II to Today, Fiasco : The American Military Adventure in Iraq and The Gamble : General David Petraeus and the American Military Adventure in Iraq, 2006-2008 and Pulitzer Prize-winning former military correspondent for the Washington Post
Danette Riddle
Director, Corporate Communications at DMJM , a global multidisciplinary design firm
Jon Riddle
Co-author of Where to Bike Los Angeles : Best Biking in City and Suburbs; long-time bicycle commuter in LA and a member of the LA County Bicycle Coalition 's ride marshal team
British rock band
Douglas Rideout
Professor of Forest Economics and Director of the WESTFIRE Research Center at Colorado State University
John Ridley
Screenwriter whose credits include 12 Years a Slave (won an Oscar in 2014), The Three Kings and Undercover Brother, which features a satirical portrayal of a black president; His current TV show is American Crime; Author of What Fire Cannot Burn and The American Way
Mark Ridley-Thomas
LA County Supervisor for the 2nd District
Joseph Ridout
Spokesperson for Consumer Action, a national consumer advocacy group
Mark Riebling
Editorial Director of the Center for Policing Terrorism at the Manhattan Institute and author of Wedge : The Secret War Between the FBI and CIA
Deb Riechmann
Correspondent in Kabul, Afghanistan for Associated Press
Richard Rieckenberg
Former official with the Red Cross
Bruce Riedel
Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy Studies at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution ; former CIA official
Rem Rieder
Media editor and columnist for USA Today ;  Former Editor and Senior Vice President of the American Journalism Review
Brian Riedl
Senior federal budget analyst with the Heritage Foundation
David Rieff
Author and policy analyst who has written extensively on war, humanitarian relief, and development issues; son of the late author, Susan Sontag
Matthias Rieker
Banking reporter for Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal
Abraham Riesman
Editor at New York magazine
Adam Rifkin
Filmmaker; Director of Look
Marc Rigas
Program Manager in the Office of Cyberinfrastructure at the National Science Foundation and Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering at George Mason University
Scott Rigell
US Congressman from Virginia (R) and a member of the House Armed Services Committee
Allison Riggs
Voting rights attorney at the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, based in Durham, North Carolina
Ransom Riggs
Author and filmmaker best known for the book Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Jim Righeimer
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Costa Mesa
Robert Righter
Research Professor of History at Southern Methodist University and author of The Battle over Hetch Hetchy : America’s Most Controversial Dam and the Birth of Modern Environmentalism
Rosemary Righter
Associate editor of the Times of London
Mike Riksen
Jason Riley
Senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a conservative think tank, and columnist for the Wall Street Journal
Michael Riley
Senior Vice President and General Manager of Radio Disney
Michael Riley
Creative director of the design firm, Shine
Michael Riley
Cyber security reporter for Bloomberg News
Seth Riley
Wildlife ecologist with the National Park Service in the Santa Monica Mountains
William Riley
Systems engineer in Millville, Massachusetts, who lost one home to foreclosure and is now underwater on a second house
Anne Rimoin
Epidemiologist, virus hunter, associate professor at UCLA’s Fielding School of Public Health
Paul Rimple
Correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor
Mary Rimsza
Professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and head of the Committee on Pediatric Workforce of the American Academy of Pediatrics

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