Ike Sriskandarajah is a radio producer and reporter for Reveal. He worked for four years at Public Radio International's weekly science show, "Living on Earth." While there, he led a national network of youth reporters covering environmental justice issues for communities of color. Sriskandarajah continued working with teens on science-related stories at NPR's Youth Radio in Oakland, California. His own reporting has appeared on NPR News, "Marketplace," "Radiolab," PRI's "The World" and "Studio 360." Sriskandarajah has been a finalist for the Third Coast International Audio Festival's best news feature and been awarded general excellence in use of medium by the Associated Press of New York. He is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.
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