Lushik Wahba

Audio producer; editor

Lushik Wahba is an audio producer and editor who has produced for NPR’s Hidden Brain, MSNBC'S Into America, FreshEd, ASU and VPM’s Seizing Freedom. At 16 she earned a scholarship to study at the United World College in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She graduated from Bennington College with a concentration in Media and Social Justice. Lushik is passionate about producing podcasts and documentaries that focus on issues affecting marginalized populations around the world.

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There’s no doubt that the 86-year-old institution that is Alcoholics Anonymous has helped millions of people around the world recover from alcoholism, but now, more than ever before,…

Color Me Sober: Can AA evolve to include its most marginalized members?

There’s no doubt that the 86-year-old institution that is Alcoholics Anonymous has helped millions of people around the world recover from alcoholism, but now, more than ever before,…

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