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Bianca Martin

Bianca Martin

Producer, Reset with Jenn White

Bianca Martin is a former producer for WAMU and NPR’s midday news talk show “1A”. She joined 1A after working on Capitol Hill as a D.C. Staff Assistant in the US Senate. She has a BA from the University of Wisconsin- Madison in International Studies and Comm Arts: Radio, Film, TV. 

Fun fact: Her dad was a soul musician in early 70s Chicago with a band that allegedly opened for The Dramatics and Chaka Khan.

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