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Renee Wilde

Community Voices Producer

Renee Wilde is an award-winning independent public radio producer, podcast host, and hobby farmer living in the hinterlands of southwestern Ohio. Her series Everyday People on WYSO is a reminder to step back and appreciate the people who do the jobs that form the fabric of our everyday lives. She produced Women’s Voices from the Dayton Correctional Institution - national winner for best long-form documentary (PRNDI), County Lines, which takes listeners down back roads and into small towns throughout southwestern Ohio, and the Grounded Hope podcast exploring the past, present and future of agriculture through a regenerative lens. Her stories have been featured on NPR’s All Things Considered and Morning Edition, Armed Forces Radio, Harvest Public Media, 51%, Indiana Public Radio, and public radio stations across Ohio and the U.S.