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.
Louise settles down just long enough to learn more about ADD, and how it may be getting in the way of her project.
Louise talks with a colleague who effortlessly lost 30 pounds. How?
Is Louise reaching her goals? Yes and (hello, treadmill) not so much.
Tom and Ray let the world hear what Boston really sounds like, says Louise Kennedy. Tom Magliozzi died Monday morning.
Louise doesn’t like the idea of taking statins. Is the science on her side?
Louise returns to the gym — to learn a workout routine that doesn’t require a gym.
This week, Louise checks in on her vision statement — and asks for yours.
Project Louise: The zombie workout, or, getting intense and liking it.
Louise had great plans for dealing with stress … until the stress got in the way.
Making the turn to the home stretch, Louise stops to consider her progress.
A video says we should all be walking or exercising or in some way moving our bodies about half an hour every day.