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Fletcher, Phyllis


Phyllis Fletcher is an editor for KUOW Public Radio in Seattle, a member station of National Public Radio.  She earned a master?s degree in communication and a fellowship in demography from the University of Washington.  She also holds a bachelor?s degree in psychology from Columbia University.  Her journalism honors include the 2006 award for radio commentary from the National Association of Black Journalists, a fellowship with NPR, and several awards from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated and the Pacific Northwest region of the Society for Professional Journalists.  Phyllis won her first journalism award for a report she produced as an intern, about racial discrimination that happens over the phone.

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