Carrie Feibel is a Senior Editor at NPR and AHCJ board member. She edits and occasoinally reports health stories for NPR’s flagship shows, like Morning Edition and All Things Considered. She runs the NPR side of a national reporting partnership with Kaiser Health News and local NPR member stations across the country.
Previously, Feibel was the health editor at KQED in San Francisco and the health and science reporter at Houston Public Radio. Before her radio career, she worked at three newspapers and the Associated Press. A native of St. Louis, Carrie attended Cornell University and earned a master’s in journalism from Columbia University.
editing and reporting; radio and podcasts; print and online reporting; specialties include U.S. health policy, Affordable Care Act, abortion care, women's reproductive health, Medicaid and Medicare
Recent AHCJ training
Health Journalism 2014 | Rural Health Journalism Workshop, 2014 | Health Journalism 2015 | Rural Health Journalism Workshop, 2015 | 2016 National Cancer Reporting Fellowship | Health Journalism 2017 | Health Journalism 2018 | 2018 Urban Health Journalism Workshop | Health Journalism 2019
Regional Health Journalism Fellowship, 2014-2015 | National Cancer Reporting Fellowship, 2016 | HJ2017-CA | HJ2018-CA