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Catherine Stifter

project co-director, Saving the Sierra

Project Co-director Catherine Stifter is a Peabody award-winning freelance editor and independent training/production consultant for community media projects and public radio stations around the US. She's worked in a wide variety of station-based, network and independent jobs in public radio for more than 25 years. Recent editing projects include *Crossing East: First Asians in America*, the first public radio series on Asian American history, funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, airing on more than 160 PRI stations during May Asian American History Month, 2006; *Dude, Wheres My River?*, an award-winning student film on California water politics and dam removal; and *The DNA Files*, two award-winning series on genetics, ethics and politics produced by SoundVision and distributed by NPR.