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Linda Miller became a journalist in the small towns of Wyoming, where newspapers were pieced together with hot wax and held together by trust, transparency and a partnership with readers. As the general manager of PIN, she is still helping journalists deepen relationships with the communities they serve, albeit with better technology.
Prior to joining APM, she spent 12 years as a reporter and editor at The Salt Lake Tribune. She has taught public insight reporting and journalism ethics at Arizona State University and her alma mater, University of Wyoming.
Annie Anderson has the privilege of working with PIN partners around the country, providing training, coaching and support. In the last two years she has focused on diversifying and growing the Network. She specializes in community engagement opportunities and counseling.
While earning a master’s in public policy from the Humphrey School, she yearned for journalism by the people that could inform and respond to policy. Enter PIN: journalistic civic agency at its finest. She deeply believes that everyone is an expert and knows their own experience better than anyone else.