Scott Bourque is an award-winning journalist who specializes in long form storytelling. As a Phoenix native, Scott has a deep understanding of local and regional history, and how the issues facing communities in the region have evolved over time. He is passionate about issues of economic equality, housing and urban development, and military/veteran affairs. Scott is not only a reporter/producer for HearArizona Podcasts, he is also an adjunct professor of journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. He is a graduate of Northern Arizona University and Arizona State University.
Madison Mulvihill grew up in the Phoenix area. She has a bachelor’s degree from ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. As a Cronkite News podcast producer, she covered many topics including a Biosphere 2 tropical forest study, the effect of COVID-19 on sleep, and the warming of Jupiter’s Icy Moons. She has experience as an audio reporter, host, and producer for Cronkite News – Arizona PBS. Her audio stories also aired on several local radio stations, including KJZZ. Madison has written for local newspapers and interned for RightThisMinute: The Viral Video Show, developing content and working on the web promotion team.
Anthony J. Wallace is a native Phoenician with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Northern Arizona University and a master’s degree from ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. Before starting a career in journalism and podcast production, he spent 10 years in a touring rock band. Through his own struggle with chronic illness, he became fascinated with health care and its intersections with science, culture, politics, and the environment.