As director of community engagement, Louise oversees WBUR’s live events and other direct, local forms of connecting with our audience. Before joining WBUR, she was a longtime editor and writer at The Boston Globe, most recently as theater critic. She is a native of Dayton, Ohio, and holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Yale College. She lives in Newton with her family.
To learn more about our community engagement efforts, visit the Community and Events pages on wbur.org, join our Meetup group and follow Louise on Twitter, @LouiseWBUR. And if you have thoughts about how WBUR should connect with your corner of the community, please be in touch.
Project Louise: From a no-thought-required breakfast to Salad Bar in a Bag, Louise finds ways to eat better.
This week, Louise loses 175 pounds overnight! Sort of.
This week, Louise wrestles with perfectionism and tries to figure out what’s good enough.
This week, Louise learns to set smaller goals on the way to her larger one.
In this week’s installment, Louise messes up a bit but vows to keep going.
In this week’s installment of “Project Louise,” we learn the real meaning of the word “diet.”
You remember how much I love pushups, right? Well, it turns out I love them even more when I’m doing them in an 85-degree “power yoga” room.
In this week’s installment of Project Louise, Louise Kennedy fails the fitness test – but takes it in stride.
In the latest episode of Project Louise, Louise Kennedy explores what gets in the way of our good intentions.
As Project Louise gets under way, Louise Kennedy consults with a strategist and sets some initial goals: