Michell Eloy

Senior producer

KCRW Staff/Producer

Michell (yes, no 'e') Eloy joined KCRW in 2016 as a producer for Press Play. Prior to that, she spent three years covering Atlanta for NPR member station WABE, first as a general assignment reporter, then as a health care policy reporter. Michell's work has appeared on NPR, Kaiser Health News, Marketplace, KQED's 'The California Report,' WHYY's 'The Pulse,' Chicago Tribune and WBEZ. Michell is a very proud Illinois native and a graduate of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Michell Eloy on KCRW

Mara Elliott    was working in finance and contracts when the Sandy Hook shooting changed the course of her career.

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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