Kinsee Morlan is the former supervising editor of “The Times” podcast at the Los Angeles Times. Previously, she produced the border podcast “Port of Entry” at KPBS-FM (89.5) in San Diego, worked as engagement editor and podcast manager at Voice of San Diego and served as the arts and culture editor for San Diego CityBeat. Morlan is a graduate of PRX’s Project Catapult, a podcast accelerator and training program for public media stations. A native of a small mountain town in rural Colorado, since graduating high school, Morlan has lived in San Francisco, San Diego and Tijuana. She graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in journalism.
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