Report for America host newsroom The Haitian Times has tenaciously covered the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise over the past few weeks, fearlessly employing corps members to chase the intricacies of a story that has great impact on the Haitian diaspora. Moise was killed and his wife, Martine, was seriously injured in an attack
Amy Tardif is the Corps Excellence Regional Manager for Region 1 (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont). She is formerly the Regional Manager of StoryCorps in Chicago. She’s also an independent fact-checker for various podcasts including Futuro Studios’ Pulitzer Prize winning Suave and Michigan Radio & NPR’s Peabody Award-winning Believed. She was an editor for the Public Media Journalist Association (PMJA) Editor Corps providing relief for stations during the pandemic. Amy served as a Managing Editor for NPR's Next Generation Radio Project five times. Prior, she was WGCU Public Media’s Station Manager and News Director in Florida where she also won a Peabody Award for her documentary Lucia’s Letter on human trafficking. She was the first woman in radio to Chair the Radio, TV, Digital News Association (RTDNA), and she served five years on the Public Radio News Director’s (now PMJA) Board. She’s a sought-after voice coach and former audio and video reporter and host, including for public and commercial TV. Her two sons live in Florida.