Allison Behringer

Allison Behringer

host of the podcast Bodies

Allison Behringer is an award-winning narrative audio journalist and podcast producer. She is the creator, host and executive producer of the feminist documentary podcast Bodies

Bodies won Third Coast Festival's 2020 Best Documentary Bronze Award for "Not This Again" and won the 2020 Online News Association's Journalism Award for Excellence in Audio Storytelling. 

Allison is also a founding member of the Rough Cut Collective, which provides honest, compassionate editorial feedback for audio stories. Formerly, she worked on The Cut podcast as an editor and producer (check out her episode "You Might Actually Be In Love With Your Best Friend"). She got her start in podcasting as the host and producer of The Intern

She received her bachelor’s in sociology from Princeton University and attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. Allison lives in Brooklyn, NY. She loves outdoor adventures, bike polo, dancing to Robyn, and riding her bike everywhere she goes.

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