Pien Huang is a reporting fellow for the GroundTruth Project, stationed at WCAI for six months in 2018. Huang is an audio producer and reporter. Her freelance stories on art, environment and culture have been featured on NPR, the BBC, PRI and PRX. She’s a former staff producer for the NPR show On Point, and executive producer of “Data Made to Matter,” a podcast from MIT Sloan School of Management. She has worked with Helmick Sculpture and Stoltze Design to tell visual stories through public art and graphic design. She has a degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy from Harvard, and has traveled with scientists looking for signs of environmental change in the frogs of Cameroon, the plants of Panama, and the ocean water off the coast of Antarctica.