Asal Ehsanipour is a podcast producer for the Los Angeles Times. Before joining The Times in 2021, she was a reporter and producer for KQED Public Radio productions including “The California Report Magazine,” “Bay Curious” and “Rightnowish.” Her storytelling has taken her on private chocolate factory tours, behind-the-scenes with a queer Fleetwood Mac tribute band and to the first Black church west of the Mississippi. Her work has also been featured on PRI’s “The World,” KALW-FM’s “Crosscurrents,” “The Double Shift” podcast and more. Ehsanipour was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and is the proud daughter of Iranian immigrants.
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