Anthea Raymond
Anthea Raymond is a journalist and educator.  Her reports have been heard on National Public Radio for almost twenty years.   She currently teaches broadcast history and audio production at Santa Monica College.
Anthea has held many senior positions in radio. She was the first Senior Editor at KPCC Radio Pasadena. She was also Executive/Line Producer of "Bloomberg Politically Speaking," and Show Editor of NPR's ground-breaking program on race, "News and Notes." Anthea's career hardware includes an Emmy nomination, multiple Golden Mike wins, and an LA Press Club Award for Best Multimedia Package. Anthea served as President of the Los Angeles Press Club from 2006-2007, and has co-produced four Southern California Journalism Awards.   A native Angeleno, Anthea received her undergraduate degree from Wellesley College. She holds business and law degrees from UCLA, where she was Associate Director of the Center for Arts and Entertainment Management for four years. 
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