Nadia Ramlagan



Nadia Ramlagan loves a good underdog story. She has worked for the Center for Emerging Media and Marc Steiner Show, a daily public affairs program, in Baltimore, MD, where she produced a long-form radio documentary examining how a confederate monument ended up in one of Baltimore’s landmark public spaces. More recently, Nadia launched an oral history project in collaboration with the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History. She has also studied radio production at Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies.

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Languages Spoken: English

Topic Expertise: Opioids, gun violence, race and gender, public health, science, climate

Demographic Expertise: Rural populations

Recent Work:
AGs Urge Zuckerberg to Halt Plans for Kids' Instagram
Health-Care Subsidy Savings Help Female Heads of Households
Greening Our Faith Summit Brings NC Congregations Together on Climate
Military, Government Groups Endorse NC Salt-Marsh Protection Plan
Survey: Women Need More Health Info, Support from Doctors
Child-Care Wages Called Key to Boosting Early-Education Access
Push to Involve More Tennesseans in Once-in-Decade Redistricting
AR Bill Tightens Rules on Nonprofits' Donor Disclosure
Paid Leave Could Mean Fewer WV Women Exiting Workforce
Community Health Workers Urge People with Diabetes to Consider Vaccine