Alison Craiglow

Alison Craiglow  is executive producer of Freakonomics Radio and Tell Me Something I Don’t Know, and is chief-of-staff of Dubner Productions. She is an Emmy- and Peabody-Award winning journalist who has worked in T.V., film, print, radio, podcasts, and on the web. She is also a proud mother of five children — which is not all that different from producing: scrambling to deal with late-breaking news, meeting impossible deadlines, managing stubborn personalities, and best of all, getting a front row seat to great stories.

Greg Rippin

Greg Rippin is the Technical Director of Freakonomics Radio.  Greg grew up outside Pittsburgh, PA, and Greensboro, NC. He studied Classical Piano at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and earned a Master’s Degree in Music Technology from New York University.   When not busy making the world’s audio safe for consumption, Greg is an avid homebrewer, and a student of all things beer, beer history, and beer culture.

Greg Rosalsky

Prior to joining Freakonomics Radio, Greg Rosalsky studied economics and public policy at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School. He loves bad puns, writing, and social science. In a former life, he was a researcher at the White House and involved in politics. Raised in California, he can now be found in Brooklyn grumbling about bad weather and burritos compared to the ones at home.

Harry Huggins

Harry Huggins is an associate producer at Freakonomics Radio. He first joined our team as an intern while finishing grad school at Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism, then became an associate producer at Dubner Productions, working mainly on Tell Me Something I Don’t Know. He studied communication and economics at Fordham University (Lincoln Center), where he had an L.T.R. with the student newspaper. He’s been an ice cream scooper, a barista, a Jesuit Volunteer, a Chicagoan, a Manhattanite, a Detroiter, and a Brooklynite, and he’ll always be a lover of beer, travel, and television.

Andy Meisenheimer

Andy Meisenheimer began his career with a short and controversial stint as a religious book editor. Since then, he has spent most of his time editing for publishers, non-profits, authors and aspiring writers while raising his two children. He joined Freakonomics Radio as Stephen Dubner’s editorial assistant. He enjoys running, cooking with his beloved cast iron, crocheting on the subway, and playing video games with his kids.