Sarah Craig is an award-winning radio journalist and producer with over 9 years of experience in media production.
She's produced shows for Gimlet Media, BBC's Short Cuts, The Organist, NPR's Morning Edition, Marketplace, KQED's Bay Curious, KALW, High Country News, Earth Island Journal, and others.
She recently won the Silver award from Audio UK for her story about a frog. The same story was nominated for an IDA Award.
She's an alum of the Salt Institute of Documentary Studies, the Maine Media Workshops, the Ted Scripps Journalism Fellowship and the Climate Solutions Reporting Fellowship. She was a finalist for the Fulbright-National Geographic Fellowship in 2014, 2015, and 2016. She received a SPJ NorCal Award for her documentary, "Will the Water Come."
She's received numerous grants to support her work including the 2018 California Humanities Documentary Project Production Grant, the 2018 IWMF Fund for Women Journalists Grant, the 2018 Lizzie Grossman Freelance Grant for Environmental Reporting, Narratively's Untold Story Award, the Bobby Model Charitable Foundation, and the Yarka Vendrinska Memorial Photojournalism Scholarship.
She completed a B.A. in Geography from Vassar College. She from Bozeman, MT and she lives in Boulder, CO where she loves hiking in the mountains and kayaking down the creek by her house.