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Roxy Todd

Reporter/ Producer Inside Appalachia

Roxy Todd joined West Virginia Public Broadcasting in 2014 and works as the Producer for Inside Appalachia, WVPB’s weekly podcast and radio show about the beautiful complexities of life in Appalachia. She's the recipient of a National Edward R. Murrow Award for "Excellence in Video," for a story about the demands small farmers face in West Virginia. She also won a National PMJA Award For "Best Feature" for her story about the history of John Denver's song "Country Roads." She's produced several episodes of Inside Appalachia that have won national awards, including an episode about homebirth in Appalachia, which won first place for Long Documentary from PRNDI. And an episode from 2019 about the struggles many working women face with breastfeeding won second place in PMJA's Audience Engagement Program category. She's also won several regional AP and Edward R. Murrow Awards for her feature reporting and her production on Inside Appalachia. She lives in Charleston, West Virginia with her husband, daughter, dog and cat. Roxy still uses a flip phone, and is proud of it. You can reach her at rtodd@wvpublic.org.

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