|Alma mater||University of Missouri|
|Known for||Here and Now|
|Beyond Ferguson, Black Seattle|
Tonya Mosley is an Emmy and Murrow award-winning radio and television journalist and podcaster. Mosley co-hosts NPR and WBUR's midday talk show Here & Now along with Robin Young and Scott Tong. In 2015, she was awarded the John S. Knight journalism fellowship at Stanford. She hosts the podcast Truth Be Told, an advice show about race from KQED.
Mosley won an Emmy Award in 2016 for her televised piece "Beyond Ferguson," and a national Edward R. Murrow award for her public radio series "Black in Seattle." In 2010 Tonya Mosley created NewNaturalista.com. The popular site focused on healthy living, social justice, mental well-being, natural hair and building wealth for women of color.
Before public radio and podcasting Mosley worked as a reporter and weekend anchor at NBC33 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, FOX 41 in Louisville, Kentucky, KING 5 in Seattle and behind the scenes as a producer in several markets including Columbia, Missouri, Lansing, Michigan, Flint, Michigan and Detroit, Michigan. Mosley reported for Al Jazeera America and KUOW. She has also been the Silicon Valley chief of San Francisco's public radio station KQED.
Mosley is originally from Detroit.
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