Rhonda J. Miller is a reporter and audio producer for WKU Public Radio in Bowling Green, Ky. She received a 2018 Journalists in Aging Fellowship, sponsored by the Gerontological Society of America and Journalists Network on the Generations to produce a public radio series on elder refugees in Kentucky. She was a 2019 Continuing Fellow in the program and produced stories on the difficulty of finding Kentucky businesses to hire older workers despite sponsorship by a federal program. Rhonda was Gulf Coast reporter for Mississippi Public Broadcasting, where she won Edward R. Murrow and Associated Press Awards for stories about dying sea turtles, illnesses of cleanup workers in the BP oil spill and homeless veterans. She has been a reporter for Rhode Island Public Radio, South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Gloria Ascher's love for Ladino, music and poetry are her sources of energy
The wisdom of 'The Velveteen Rabbit' offers lessons as we age
During this time, the brain is going through a transition and it needs support
A series on America's first generation aging with HIV/AIDS