Kate Davidson

Kate Davidson

Host, 'All Things Considered'

Kate Davidson is an award-winning reporter and former NPR producer. She has a special love for documentaries and character-driven features, combined with a degree of financial expertise from her year as a Knight-Bagehot Fellow at Columbia Business School. She was the Michigan Reporter with the regional public radio project Changing Gears: Remaking the Manufacturing Belt. In independent radio circles she is best known for her NPR documentary, Saints and Indians.


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Two stories about looking after the welfare of others, one at the beginning of life and another near the end of life.

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