Jesse Remedios is a producer on The Globe’s audio team, producing podcasts and working with the newsroom to incorporate audio elements into digital coverage. He has more than five years of experience in journalism and audio production. He has worked on stand-alone investigative podcast series, seasonal podcasts like The Globe’s award-winning show, Love Letters, and public radio features. Before coming to The Globe, Remedios received his Masters in Journalism from Boston University, where he was a Martin Luther King, Jr. Fellow. During his studies, he worked as an environmental reporter for WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, where he reported daily local news stories and multiple features that broadcasted nationally. He also contributed to a special series that investigated Boston’s increasing battles with sea level rise; the series, “Boston Under Water,” won a Public Media Journalists Association award for Best Series. Remedios won another Public Media Journalists Association award while at Boston University for a narrative podcast he wrote and produced on the history of the 1974 Boston Busing Crisis. He is a former staff writer/reporter for The National Catholic Reporter, where he covered climate change, politics, and progressive religious organizing. He received his B.A. in History from Duke University.