Nadege Green covers social justice issues and gun violence for WLRN, South Florida’s NPR affiliate.
Since joining WLRN, Nadege has reported on gun violence as a public heath crisis, affordable housing and the impact of climate change on vulnerable communities.
For her, journalism is about seeking out the voices we don't typically hear from and telling those stories too. Her work was received numerous awards, including a Regional Edward R. Murrow award, first place investigative reporting from the National Association of Black Journalists and several Florida AP Broadcaster awards.
In 2018, the Miami Foundation recognized Nadege with the Ruth Shack Leadership award for her body of work.
Green's reporting has appeared in the Miami Herald, NPR and Public Radio International.