Marcelle Hutchins

Marcelle Hutchins

producer, KCRW

KCRW Staff/Producer

Before joining Press Play, Marcelle Hutchins was a producer for WBUR and NPR's Here & Now. She has an undergraduate degree from the University of Maine at Farmington and a master's from Emerson College. Her work has appeared in The Boston Globe, Huffington Post and Public Radio International, and in 2018 she received an Emmy nomination for the short documentary, Vietnam Vet. Ervin L. Tootsie Russell. Born in Cameroon, West Africa, Marcelle's family landed in Maine, where she regularly visits her twin sister and parents. On the days she's not working, Marcelle enjoys working on her podcast, exploring hiking trails, cleaning up the beach with Heal the Bay, making time for the gym and her book club. 

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