Audrey Quinn is a documentary audio reporter and editor. She teaches audio reporting at the NYU School of Journalism.
Her narrative podcast Aftereffect from WNYC Studios won a Newswomen’s Club of New York Award, a National Center on Disability Journalism Award, and was a Scripps Howard and Third Coast finalist. Audrey’s reporting with Reveal on deadly for-profit disability care lead to the unraveling of one of the country’s largest group home companies, and earned a Garden State Award for podcasting. And her exposure of undocumented deaths in New Jersey jails for WNYC lead to new initiatives from the state’s Department of Corrections, as well as awards from the Deadline Club, SPJ NJ, and Public Radio News Directors Incorporated.
Audrey is a former Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Reporting Fellow. Her work has been recognized by the Fund for Investigative Journalism, The Investigative Fund, and published in the New York Times. She has been a producer at Radiolab, a reporter at WNYC, a guest reporter at Planet Money, and she’s helped launch podcasts at Gimlet, BuzzFeed, Slate, and Runner’s World.
She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.