Naomi Gingold is the weekend morning host at KJZZ. When’s she’s not in the studio, she’s out reporting stories in the Valley.

Before joining the station in 2016, Gingold was a freelance reporter for PRI’s The World and NPR, based out of Japan, Burma/Myanmar, and occasionally around the United States.

She has covered a range of topics from technology to international politics, gender, health, immigrant experiences and the arts.

Gingold has a BA from Brown University in International Relations and studied music production and audio engineering at Berklee College of Music.

Her master’s research was on the intersection of media, politics and technology; she is currently writing a book on Burmese hip hop.

You can reach her at ngingold@kjzz.org or on Twitter @naomigingold.

Title Author Publication Date
Islamic Center In Tucson Vandalized Naomi Gingold March 15, 2017
What Has Phoenix Police Done For Diversity Since End Of 'Cultural Consciousness' Training? Naomi Gingold March 14, 2017
Phoenix Police Is Starting To Hire Officers That Reflect The City's Diverse Demographics Naomi Gingold March 14, 2017
Phoenix Teen Born Without A Jaw Makes His Debut As A Rapper Naomi Gingold March 13, 2017
Phoenix Job Growth Nearly Double The Rest Of Arizona Naomi Gingold March 13, 2017
Protesters Gather for Native Nations Rise March in Phoenix Naomi Gingold March 10, 2017
As A Black Native American, Arizona Woman Had To Prove She Was 'Native Enough' Naomi Gingold March 06, 2017
Phoenix Man Faces Charges Over 911 Phone Hack Naomi Gingold March 06, 2017
Openly Gay UA Football Recruit From Tempe Makes History Naomi Gingold February 27, 2017
Arizona House Approves Legislation Requiring Local Authorities To Comply With Feds On Undocumented Immigrants Naomi Gingold February 27, 2017
ASU Professor Creates Program Called Humanity 101 Naomi Gingold February 22, 2017
Arizona's Role in Japanese American Internment During WWII Naomi Gingold February 20, 2017
Study: Mexican Gray Wolf Population Up In Southwest US Naomi Gingold February 20, 2017
Tucson Mayor Carjacked At Gunpoint Over Weekend Naomi Gingold February 20, 2017
Phoenix Group Focuses On Advocacy For Asian-Americans Naomi Gingold February 14, 2017
National Congress Of American Indians Holds Summit In Washington, DC Naomi Gingold February 13, 2017
Hundreds Gather For Muslim Solidarity Rally In Phoenix Naomi Gingold February 12, 2017
Phoenix Community Garden That Lost Its Land Finds New Home Naomi Gingold February 10, 2017
Phoenix Community Garden Loses Land To U.S. Department Of The Interior Naomi Gingold February 06, 2017
Phoenix Offers New Program to Gameify Recycling Naomi Gingold February 06, 2017
'America Is Not The First Country To Let Syrians Down' Naomi Gingold January 31, 2017
Former Phoenix Councilman Holds Birthday Party At Carver Museum To Raise Money For Restoration Naomi Gingold January 30, 2017
Local Syrian Refugee Also Wants Security Naomi Gingold January 30, 2017
Rewrite Project Aims To Help Teens Boost Self-Esteem, Take Back Their Stories Naomi Gingold January 24, 2017
Gov. Ducey Urges Congress Not to Repeal Obamacare, Yet Naomi Gingold January 23, 2017

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