Award-winning journalist Jocelyn Frank is a sought-after expert in radio and podcast production, project management, and interactive art experiences. Jocelyn is currently senior producer, narrative audio at The Atlantic. Her past clients include BBC, NPR, CBS, Pushkin Industries, Performance Today and Slate (where she produces Slate’s Political Gabfest each week).
Jocelyn’s audio artwork can be found at the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery, and has been exhibited at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden as well as in public parks, libraries, schools and as part of business development installations. Her interactive audio portraits series, Voices of Health, was selected to join the permanent Washingtonia Collection in Washington DC. Jocelyn played oboe in the swamp-rock band The Torches for many years.