Laura Hadden has been a documentary media artist, story consultant, digital strategist, and educator based in Portland, Oregon. She has worked as the Marketing Manager for Live Wire Radio, a public radio variety show, and as an editor for Destination DIY, a public radio show featuring all types of creativity. Before that, she spent three years as the Media & Communications Manager at The Moth, a public radio show and non-profit organization dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling. She has also collaborated with Tennessee Watson on Wage/Working, a jukebox-based community oral history project selected for Association of Independents in Radio’s 2013 Live Interactive Residency that addresses the issues of income inequality. Together with her husband Jesse, she hosted United Noshes, a one-meal-per-country dinner party series that raises money and awareness about global hunger and food security. She has taught storytelling and media production through the Center for Digital Storytelling as well as at Hunter College in New York City, where she pursued an MFA in Integrated Media Arts. She is a 2007 YP4 fellow and graduate of The Evergreen State College.