Molly Paige

Los Angles based journalist and narrator; former anchor for NBC News Radio in Washington D.C.; former News Director for two radio stations in Los Angles

Molly Paige is a Los Angles based journalist and narrator. She was a key anchor for NBC News Radio in Washington D.C. where she also produced radio news for NBC/ MSNBC anchors, including Lester Holt, Kristen Welker and Milissa Rehberger. She has held the position of News Director for two radio stations in Los Angles and traveled to Indonesia to help curate the music for the first American jazz station in Jakarta. Her passions include diversity, the ocean, music and sharing a good story.

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How the ocean continues to bring peace and healing to two women. Their similarities and differences unfold as they explore surf culture, gender, race, and the impact of the sea.

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How the ocean continues to bring peace and healing to two women. Their similarities and differences unfold as they explore surf culture, gender, race, and the impact of the sea.

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