About the Podcast Team
Nahanni Rous is the host and producer of Can We Talk? So far in this role, she has flown 10,000 feet above the Chesapeake Bay in the cockpit of a Cessna, chopped garlic in the London kitchen of a world-class chef and cookbook author, and witnessed a small riot at Judaism's holiest site, the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Most of the time, though, she is at her home office swimming in hours of tape, or recording vocal tracks under a blanket in her closet. Before helping to launch Can We Talk, Nahanni was a founding staff member of the media organization Just Vision, and a producer of Just Vision’s documentary film Encounter Point. Nahanni is also a fabric artist, amateur cellist, and mother. She lives in Washington, DC.
Judith Rosenbaum is Executive Director of the Jewish Women’s Archive. An educator, historian, and writer, Judith served for nearly a decade as JWA’s Director of Public History and Director of Education. She earned a BA in History from Yale University and a PhD in American Studies from Brown University. Her writing has been published in Tablet, the Forward, Huffington Post, and elsewhere. Judith has taught and lectured widely at institutions including Brown University, Boston University, Hebrew College, and Gann Academy, and she also serves on the faculty of the Bronfman Youth Fellowships. Judith is an avid podcast listener, a second-generation Jewish feminist, and the mother of twins.
Ibby Caputo is a multimedia journalist and was a 2014-2015 MIT-Knight Science Journalism Fellow. Ibby's work has aired on The World, NPR News, Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Weekend Edition, Marketplace Morning Report, Marketplace Tech, Scene on Radio, Radiotonic, and the BBC's Short Cuts. Her journalism, essays, and photography have been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Slate, The Times-Picayune, The Atlantic, and elsewhere. Ibby received an award for hard news and was part of the team that won an award for investigative reporting, both from The Associated Press. She is an adjunct professor at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and is a guest speaker at the Harvard Divinity School.
Rebecca Long is Communications and New Media Specialist at the Jewish Women’s Archive. She is a Southern California native, born and raised in the greater Los Angeles area. She is an alumna of Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, where she acted as a board member and radio host at the college's independent radio station, WARC 90.3. She moved to Boston in 2015, where she worked as Assistant Editor at National Geographic Learning before joining the Jewish Women’s Archive in 2018. She has been published in Bust Magazine, Bitch Media, and elsewhere. You can find her on Twitter at @bex_long.
Our theme music is “We Are Androgynous” by Girls in Trouble.
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Jewish Women's Archive. "About the Podcast Team." (Viewed on March 22, 2019) <https://jwa.org/podcasts/canwetalk/about>.