Liza Yeager is a freelance audio producer based in New York City. Her work has aired on NPRWNYC, Oregon Public Broadcasting, Rhode Island Public Radio, and beyond

In 2018, Liza interned at Radiolab, where she helped make stories about horseshoe crabs, Facebook, and square dancing. In 2016, she was the first-ever intern at NPR's Story Lab, where she got to pilot and produce creative projects for programs like All Things Considered and Weekend Edition, including the ongoing series Been There. Liza has also worked as a production assistant for  Oregon Public Broadcasting's arts and culture show, State of Wonder, and as an audio engineer for Jacobin Magazine's The Dig 

Liza is the co-founder of  Now Here This, a platform for student-produced audio stories based at Brown University. It's been featured on Transom.org, and NHT pieces have won awards from PRX, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Missouri Review.

Liza holds a BA in American Studies from Brown, where she won the Casey Shearer Memorial Award for Excellence in Creative Nonfiction. 

email: liza.yeager@gmail.com, twitter: @liza_yeager