At the 2012 NCDD national conference in Seattle, NCDD member and filmmaker Jeffrey Abelson sat down with over a dozen leaders in our community to ask them about their work and their hopes and concerns for our field and for democratic governance in our country.
Today we’re featuring the interview with Amy Lee, Program Officer at the Kettering Foundation. Amy handles media projects for the foundation, and is involved in foundation research in the areas of civic education and citizens and public choice. Before working at Kettering, Amy worked as a reporter and news director at WYSO, the NPR station serving the Dayton area, and as an associate producer at ThinkTV, Dayton’s PBS station. She has also freelanced for the New York Times.
Watch the blog over the next month or so for more videos from NCDD Seattle, which brought together 400 leaders and innovators in our field. You can also check out Jeffrey Abelson’s Song of a Citizen YouTube channel and in our NCDD 2012 Seattle playlist on YouTube.