Melody Rowell is a writer and RADIO producer living in KANSAS CITY.
She is a graduate of the Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. For two and a half years, she worked in photography at National Geographic as a coordinator for the magazine and an assistant editor for the news team. Now, she produces Central Standard, a daily talk show about arts and culture from KCUR. Since 2016, she has also produced First Mondays, a weekly podcast in which two law professors provide insight to goings-on at the Supreme Court with wit and precision. As a freelancer, she worked with NPR's 1A and Man Repeller's The Call.
Melody holds a master's degree in Nonfiction Writing from Johns Hopkins University. She graduated from the Oxbridge Honors Program at William Jewell College with a bachelor's degree in English Literature & Theory. She also has a certificate from an 8-week beekeeping class, but that's another story.
Her downtime is dedicated to attending games at all 30 major league baseball parks, cross-stitching while bingeing on podcasts, and listening to live bluegrass music.
Melody is available for production and writing projects in Kansas City and remotely.