Co-founder, "Invisibilia", NPR
Lulu Miller is the co-founder of the NPR program “Invisibilia,” a series about the unseen forces that control human behavior. Before co-creating “Invisibilia” in 2015, she was a reporter on the NPR science desk. Prior to joining NPR in 2013, Miller taught and wrote fiction at the University of Virginia on a Poe-Faulkner Fellowship, and earned her MFA there. Before that, she produced WNYC’s “Radiolab” for five years; she continues to contribute to the program. Miller’s work has been recognized by the George Foster Peabody Awards, Third Coast, and The Missouri Review.