Austin Bryan has joined The Nahmias Cipher Report as the Managing Editor. He brings a wealth of experience to the position, as he previously served as the Managing Editor of the Technician (2014-15). He served on the Technician editorial board for two years and co-authored editorials for the board on a variety of topics relating to higher education. This included editorials on topics such as free speech, hate crimes, campus racism, and adjunct professors.
Ayanna and Austin embrace the interconnectedness of all of humanity regardless of a person’s social, religious, sexual, or economic background, and strive through reporting to break down the barriers that separate people and groups.
They both share the values, commitment and dedication to producing timely reporting, as well as the ability to produce articles that provide a more balanced reporting by bringing a male and female perspective to social and geopolitical issues that concern all people.
As the Managing Editor, Austin provides additional oversight of all aspects of The Report including directing the journalist, managing content assignments and editing, and works in tandem with Ayanna to expand the global reach of The Report. For more information about Austin please visit his biography page.
Ayanna Nahmias, the Editor-in-Chief, was interviewed in a segment titled “The Resilience of Mothers” is currently broadcasting on Radio Netherlands Worldwide and can be heard in the through local affiliate , on satellite at Sirius/XM Radio, and online anytime via .
Listeners based in WAMU 88,5. The interview comes in at about 25 minutes into the programme and lasts about 15 minutes. Interview focuses on Ms. Nahmias’ life in and what it was like to survive and how she and her mother successfully conquered this and many other life challenges.will be able to hear this via their partner station
“Radio Netherlands Worldwide, the service, has partnered with WAMU 88.5 to produce this new weekly program covering human rights around the globe. The program covers events large and small that illuminate both human tragedies and successes. It aims to engage listeners through personal stories that reveal the ways people treat each other, and how our actions connect us all. The magazine-style format features the informal hosting style of Jonathan Groubert, and segments from contributors around the world, including the WAMU 88.5 news department.”