Sarah Whites-Koditschek is a Little Rock-based reporter for Arkansas Public Media covering education, healthcare, state politics, and criminal justice issues. Formerly she worked as a reporter and producer for WHYY in Philadelphia, and was an intern and editorial assistant for Morning Edition at National Public Radio in Los Angeles and Washington D.C.
Sarah is a graduate of , where she earned a bachelor’s degree in American Studies. She was a student at the at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.
She has won awards from the Associated Press in Arkansas as well the Public Radio News Directors Inc.
Contact Sarah at email@example.com or 501-683-8655.
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