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Before coming to NPR, MICHELE
NORRIS was a correspondent for
ABC News, a post she held from
1993 - 2002. As a contributing
correspondent for the Closer Look
segments on World News Tonight
with Peter Jennings, Norris reported
extensively on education, inner city
issues, the nation's drug problem,
and poverty. Norris has also
reported for the Washington Post,
Chicago Tribune, and Los Angeles
She attended the University of
Wisconsin, where she majored in
electrical engineering, and
graduated from the University of
Minnesota in Minneapolis where she
majored in journalism. She lives in
Washington D.C. and is married to
Broderick Johnson. She has two
young children and a step son who
attends college in California.
Before joining All Things
Considered in 1987, ROBERT
SIEGEL served for four years as
director of NPR's News and
overseeing production of NPR's
newsmagazines All Things
Considered and Morning Edition, as
well as special events and other
news programming. During his
tenure, NPR launched its popular
Saturday and Sunday
newsmagazine Weekend Edition.
Siegel joined NPR in December
1976 as an associate producer, and
was appointed public affairs editor
in 1977 and senior editor in 1978.
In 1979, Siegel was chosen to open
NPR's London bureau, where he
worked as senior editor until 1983.
A graduate of New York's
Stuyvesant High School and
Columbia University, Siegel began
his career in radio at the college
radio station WKCR-FM where he
anchored coverage of the 1968
MELISSA BLOCK has a long history
with All Things Considered. She
started with the program in 1985 as
an editorial assistant. She later
worked as editor, director, senior
producer, and then as a
correspondent based in New York.
Block graduated from Harvard
University in 1983 with a degree in
French history and literature and
spent the following year as a
Fulbright scholar at the University
of Geneva. She is married to Wall
Street Journal reporter, author, and
NPR contributor Stefan Fatsis. They
have a daughter and live in
--bios from the ATC website