Julia Botero

Julia Botero

Independent Producer

Julia Botero works as a production assistant with NPR in D.C. She has produced stories for Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Weekend Edition.


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Imagine having all the power and moral authority of the Catholic Church focused on one person… you.

Me and the Holy See

Imagine having all the power and moral authority of the Catholic Church focused on one person… you.

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