Liz Danzico estimates she's listened to 300,000 hours of NPR in her lifetime which, among other things, makes her uniquely qualified to usher the public radio titan into a new era of journalism.
Liz Danzico has made a career out of what began as side projects. For the last five years, the creator of the MFA Interaction Design program at the School of Visual Arts--one of the first graduate programs in interaction design in the U.S.--has consulted, chaired, and advised dozens of projects. Her work includes stints at The New York Times, This American Life, and on the advisory board for the Thiel Fellowship, which offers $100,000 grants to talented students who want to skip college to focus on entrepreneurship.
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