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Bio : WNYC Greene Space
ABOUT THE JEROME L. GREENE PERFORMANCE SPACE
The Greene Space is the street-level broadcast studio and performance venue of WNYC and WQXR, channeling the collective genius in New York City to create forward-looking live art, theater, and journalism that sparks change. It brings audiences to the intersection of art and politics by leading courageous conversations and curating performances of intense beauty that are deeply rooted locally but relevant to audiences globally. For more information, visit www.thegreenespace.org
Jennifer Keeney Sendrow Bio
Jennifer Keeney Sendrow is the Executive Producer for Multiplatform Content at New York Public Radio, home to WNYC and WQXR, New York’s flagship public radio and classical music stations. There, she curates the programming in its street level live performance venue and broadcast studio, The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space. She is the producer of WNYC Studios’ internationally recognized annual festival for women in audio, Werk It.
Sendrow is also active in developing multimedia live programming. Among the shows she has produced are “Late Night Whenever,” “How I Got Over,” “44 Charlton,” “Political Party with Keli Goff” and “Micropolis Live.”
Earlier in her career, Sendrow held positions as a writer, reporter, and producer at WNYC, Sirius XM, Martha Stewart Living, Guide Michelin, Not For Tourists, and Explorer Guides.
Sendrow holds a B.A. in literature from New York University and completed a Fulbright year studying politics at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.