Wynne Davis is a digital reporter and producer for NPR's All Things Considered.
She got her start at NPR as a digital news intern in the fall of 2016. Since then she has reported on many topics, ranging from breaking news to the meaning of family recipes. She worked as an engagement editor for All Things Considered and served as the organization's expert on audience callouts.
Prior to her work at NPR, she worked as a data-visual journalist for different Texas media outlets.
Davis earned a bachelor's degree in international relations and global studies from The University of Texas at Austin. She focused on security, terrorism and European studies.
She grew up in both Southern Illinois and Texas and identifies as Midwest nice with a dash of Southern charm. Outside of work, you can find her rooting for the St. Louis Cardinals.