I currently host two podcasts. In each episode of Slate's Working, I speak with a different individual about what they do all day. And for Spectrum, I produce Spectrum Stories, a series about the people behind autism researcher, and about those they're attempting to help.
In each episode of Working, I talk with someone who has an interesting job about what they do all day. I've spoken with a neurosurgeon, a mystery novelist, a public defender, a union organizer, and many more. Past seasons have taken us through the halls of the Obama White House, the streets of Baltimore and Detroit, and into the lives of people whose professions are threatened by the Trump administraion.
In episodes that accompany features from Spectrum, I talk to clinicians, scientists, and researchers who are working to help us better understand autism. But we also hear from those whose lives they're working to change, including, in recent episodes, the parents of children with autism.