Shweta Watwe is an audio producer based in the Washington, D.C., metro area. She’s drawn to stories about people with unique perspectives that help audiences see the world in a new light.
After being hit by a car, the entrepreneur was afraid to cross the street. Training for a marathon helped her take back her life.
After losing a leg in a car accident, the clothing designer discovered grace in scuba diving
When the commercial crabber faced racism and bullying on the Chesapeake Bay, it fueled his willingness to take even bigger risks
To manage her anxiety, the journalist takes a simple approach: she laces up her running shoes and heads out the door to see what comes next
Following the historical route of the Black soldiers who bikepacked across the American West in 1897, he realized how strong they were—and how strong he is