Caroline Chamberlain Gomez
Supervising Producer, Seattle Now
Caroline is the supervising producer on KUOW's daily news podcast Seattle Now. She has produced stories on everything from our southern resident killer whales to Washington's chaotic redistricting process. Additionally, she created the podcast's popular Friday show "Casual Friday." She is getting her masters degree in Human Centered Design and Engineering from the University of Washington and applies human-centered design to both her published work and behind-the-scenes processes. Previously at KUOW, she produced Battle Tactics For Your Sexist Workplace and Second Wave.
Before KUOW, she produced DnA: Design and Architecture and Good Food at KCRW in Los Angeles. She got her start in radio at UCLA where she worked for the small but mighty radio team on The Daily Bruin.
Languages: English, conversational German
Sleep is critical for our mental health. When we don’t get enough, that can cause anxiety and a host of other health problems. During these dark months when we get just a bit more than 8 hours of sunlight, those precious hours of downtime can get more easily disrupted. Sleep expert Michael V. Vitiello explains what we can do to maintain sleep habits all year long.
You've probably heard the phrase, "It's the thought that counts." That's the theme of a holiday series we're bringing you this month from the KUOW staff.
Christmas is right around the corner, and too get us all in the mood, we’re bringing you some special Christmas stories courtesy of our colleagues here at KUOW. In Today’s first story comes from Seattle Now’s supervising producer, Caroline Chamberlain Gomez.
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King County hit a grim milestone this year: at least 253 unhoused people died in 2022. That’s an all-time high. KUOW reporter Casey Martin explains.
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There’s been a lot of grim news for Seattle's community colleges since the pandemic. Declining enrollment and budget shortfalls have created massive problems for the system. But applied baccalaureate programs are offering a path for some students looking to level up their careers. Reporter Janelle Retka will tell us why they're so popular, and who could benefit from one.
Election day is in the rear view mirror and we’ve got early returns. KUOW's Paige Browning breaks it down.
Basic income programs have been all the rage in policy circle, and Tacoma just tried it out. The city has been running a guaranteed income pilot, called GRIT. The program gave 110 low-income families money each month to help them with expenses they otherwise would not likely be able to afford. Abigail Lawson is the director of GRIT, Tacoma's guaranteed income pilot, and she shares what she learned.
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