Teresa Carey is an award-winning filmmaker, journalist, and podcaster with a passion for storytelling. She started her career as a science writer later in life, following a successful tenure as a U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain and professional mariner. As a journalist, she’s explored secret dolphin graveyards, scaled genetically modified trees, and sailed with leatherback sea turtles on their 2,700-mile migration.
Teresa’s journalistic career has taken her to the forefront of emerging technology, genetics, and climate reporting, with contributions to NPR, Buzzfeed, PBS NewsHour, Scientific American, and on various platforms, from National Geographic-funded film projects to hosting acclaimed biotech podcasts.
Currently, as Senior Podcast Producer for NASA Appel Knowledge Services, Teresa lends her storytelling expertise to space exploration. But, when it comes to media production, Teresa is most pleased with the show ‘Really I Did That,’ which she produces with her 4-year-old son.
Here are some of my favorites:
Black communities have been left behind on solar energy. These women are changing that.
WHYY The Pulse
Startup offers genetic testing that promises to predict healthiest embryo
Our Body Politic
Women of color leading the charge toward workplace equity.
Teresa Carey, Host and Senior Producer of Podnosis talks with Daniel Vukelich about how reprocessing medical supplies can reduce waste.
Don’t Be Shy
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