Speaker - Madhulika Sikka

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Madhulika Sikka is executive editor for NPR News a role she joined in January 2013. As executive editor, Sikka oversees all desks and reporters, and helps set the agenda for the entire News division. Previously she served as the executive producer of NPR's Morning Edition. Ms. Sikka joined NPR in 2006 as supervising senior producer of Morning Edition and was promoted to deputy executive producer in 2008 and executive producer in 2009. Prior to joining NPR, Ms. Sikka worked for ABC News's Nightline, where she was a senior producer responsible for all aspects of the daily news broadcast. Ms. Sikka has also worked for World Monitor Television, CBS News, and NBC News. She is the recipient of four Emmys, two duPont awards, a Barone award, two Peabodys, three SAJA Awards, and a NABJ Award. She was also the recipient of the India Abroad Publisher's Award for Special Excellence 2009 and is the author of the forthcoming book: A Breast Cancer Alphabet. Ms. Sikka received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies and her Doctor of Philosophy degree in economics and politics of development from Cambridge University.

3 Programs

Candice Bergen

04.13.15 | 00:54:18 min | 0 comments

Tanden & Others: Active Role Models for Empowering Women

07.18.13 | 00:55:10 min | 0 comments

The Rise of the Global South

05.08.13 | 01:29:51 min | 0 comments