Tina Antolini is a Peabody-Award-winning journalist and audio producer. Until recently, she was senior story producer at Pop-Up Magazine, a live journalism show that tours theaters around the U.S. Previously, she was host and producer of Gravy, a podcast with the Southern Foodways Alliance, which won two James Beard Foundation Awards during Tina’s tenure. She's the coauthor, with Chef Alon Shaya, of Shaya, a hybrid cookbook that combines recipes with narrative stories from Chef Shaya's life and travels. Tina worked in public radio for more a decade, including at NPR’s State of the Re:Union (SOTRU) and New England Public Radio. She won a Peabody and a national Edward R. Murrow Award for her work on SOTRU. She attended Stanford, Hampshire College, and the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.