Arts and Culture Correspondent, National Public Radio
A cultural history of the veil in world religions Judge
Neda Ulaby is an arts and culture correspondent for National Public Radio. She has reported and produced a wide range of news and feature stories from school shootings to disaster relief to election coverage. Ulaby has profiled an eclectic mix of entertainers including Mark Ruffalo, Courtney Love and Steve Harvey. She hosted the Emmy award winning public television series "Arab American Stories" presented by WTVS Detroit Public Television. Ulaby won a 2010 Gracie Award for her work on the NPR podcast "Culturetopia" and twice received the University of Southern California Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Fellowship. She has a bachelor's degree from Bryn Mawr College and a master's degree from the University of Chicago.