Ann Heppermann

Ann Heppermann

Independent Producer

Ann Heppermann is a Brooklyn-based, independent radio/multimedia documentary producer and educator.  A Peabody Award-winning producer, she also has received awards from the Associated Press, Edward R. Murrow, and Third Coast International Audio Festival. From 2010-11, she was a Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism fellow, reporting on perinatal depression.  In 2011, she was named a United States Artists (USA) Fellow with Kara Oehler. She is also a faculty member teaching radio writing and radio drama at Sarah Lawrence College.

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Fascinating documentary production and storytelling that covers the ground between the sophisticated and the profane.

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Fascinating documentary production and storytelling that covers the ground between the sophisticated and the profane.

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