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Paul G. Haaga

Paul G. Haaga

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

Deborah A. Cowan

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Roger Sarow

Roger Sarow

Board of Directors
Betsy Gardella

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Board of Directors
Connie Walker

Connie Walker

Board of Directors
Caryn Mathes

Caryn Mathes

Board of Directors
Howard Wollner

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Michael Riksen

Michael Riksen

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Chris Boskin

Chris Boskin

Public Member of the Board
Fabiola Arredondo

Fabiola Arredondo

Public Member of the Board
Joyce MacDonald

Joyce MacDonald

Chief of Staff
Keith Woods

Keith Woods

VP, Diversity in News & Operations
Jay Horan

Jay Horan

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Marty Garrison

Marty Garrison

VP - Technology Operations, Distribution & Broadcast Engineering
Gemma Hooley

Gemma Hooley

VP, Member Partnership
Loren Mayor

Loren Mayor

SVP, Strategy

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Latest funding size

$17 m

Time since last funding

almost 4 years
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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FAQs on Public Service Loan Forgiveness

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The new rule took effect just days after Getty Images announced a ban on doctored stock images.

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The words digital mortgage and e-closing may just be getting to the mortgage finance world, but the home technology world is light years ahead. A new article from NPR by Liz Reid showcased exactly how far smart home technology has come. But, how far is too far when it comes to technology monitoring …

Ivanka’s hypocrisy, robot chess, and eight other stories you might have missed

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