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.
After a week of exercising every day, Louise knows one new thing: She doesn’t like being bossed around.
This week, Louise makes peace with her most hated body part — or tries to, at least.
In this week’s installment, Louise envisions her ideal life — and maps out a few concrete steps for getting there.
This week, Louise gets on her bike — and gets a pleasant surprise.
Project Louise: This week, Louise finds an unexpected spot of serenity.
This week, Louise looks at the scale and tries to look beyond it, too.
Project Louise: On vacation, Louise learns something surprising: She’s changed.
Project Louise: Sometimes the best thing you can do is … nothing.
This week, Louise learns why music makes it easier to keep moving.
This week, Louise finds an ironclad way to get herself moving.