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Key People/Management at NPR

Paul G. Haaga

Paul G. Haaga

President, CEO & Board of Directors (2011)
Deborah A. Cowan

Deborah A. Cowan

CFO & Treasurer
Roger Sarow

Roger Sarow

Board of Directors
Betsy Gardella

Betsy Gardella

Board of Directors
Connie Walker

Connie Walker

Board of Directors
Caryn Mathes

Caryn Mathes

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NPR Office Locations

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$17 m

NPR latest funding size

$17 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago
NPR's latest funding round in December 2013 was reported to be $17 m. In total, NPR has raised $17 m
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NPR Blogs

U.S. Gets A Big Win In Its Long Fight With Mexico Over 'Dolphin Safe' Labels

The World Trade Organization sided with the U.S. on Friday, rejecting Mexico's claim that the U.S. is unfairly denying Mexican tuna products the advantageous "dolphin safe" label.

CBS Paid Eliza Dushku $9.5 Million After Alleged Sexual Harassment, Termination

Days after confronting actor Michael Weatherly, a huge star for the network, Dushku was written off Bull. An investigation determined the company often protected itself at the expense of victims.

Quoting 'The Lorax,' Court Pulls Permit For Pipeline Crossing Appalachian Trail

The federal judges noted "the Forest Service's serious environmental concerns that were suddenly, and mysteriously, assuaged in time to meet a private pipeline company's deadlines."

Trump Announces Mick Mulvaney As Acting White House Chief Of Staff

President Trump says director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney will be acting White House chief of staff, replacing John Kelly at the end of the year.

President Trump Names Mick Mulvaney As Acting White House Chief Of Staff

It's unclear how long the OMB director will serve in the role, succeeding outgoing chief of staff John Kelly. On Dec. 8, Trump announced that Kelly would be leaving the job at the end of the year.

After Decades, 'Rolling Thunder' To Make Its Last Big Ride Through Washington, D.C.

The sound of motorcycles rumbling through the nation's capital has been a staple of Memorial Day weekend since 1988.
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    NPR's key executives are Paul G. Haaga, Deborah A. Cowan and Roger Sarow.

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