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Roxy Todd 2022

Roxy Todd

New River Valley Bureau Chief

Roxy Todd is Radio IQ's New River Valley Bureau Chief. She previously worked for West Virginia Public Broadcasting, where she was a reporter and producer for Inside Appalachia, WVPB’s weekly podcast and radio show heard on stations across central Appalachia. She won a National Edward R. Murrow Award for a story on the demands faced by small farmers in Appalachia. She also won a National PMJA Award for her story about the history of John Denver's song "Country Roads." Roxy's stories, ranging in topics from food deserts to foster care, have aired on NPR and Marketplace. Before working for WVPB, Roxy worked for Allegheny Mountain Radio in West Virginia as an AmeriCorps VISTA, where she created a multi-media project and radio series called “Traveling 219,” about history, culture and foodways along US Route 219. That project won a national award from the Association for State and Local History.
Roxy lives in Pulaski, Virginia with her husband, daughter, dog and cat.