Leila Goldstein

Morning Edition Host/Reporter

Leila Goldstein is a reporter and producer for WYSO. Before coming to WYSO she interned with Marketplace where her reporting focused on business and technology, from financial tech tools for domestic workers to the hidden world of online returns. She has also interned with New Hampshire Public Radio, and has produced pieces for NPR, Wyoming Public Media, Wondery, and the Coney Island History Project.

Prior to her work in radio she taught ESOL in New York City and Banda Aceh, Indonesia. She’s a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and Oberlin College. Leila grew up in Northern Virginia and has family roots in Dayton.


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Raphael Allen, Alexander McCarty, Lillian Swain and Virginia McCarty (clockwise from top left) play a game of bid whist at Clark State Community College.
Leila Goldstein / WYSO

As part of Clark State Community College’s Black History Month celebrations, the school hosted their annual bid whist tournament. The card game competition has been a tradition at the community college in Springfield for over 20 years. WYSO’s Leila Goldstein stopped by the tournament Thursday and talked to the players about the game.