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Bruce Warren

Bruce Warren, MS

  • Lecturer, NPL Program

Bruce is currently the Assistant Station Manager for Programming at WXPN at the University of Pennsylvania and the Executive Producer of World Cafe from NPR (National Public Radio.) He’s won multiple industry awards for Music Director and Program Director. As the Executive Producer of the recently distributed Gospel Roots of Rock and Soul radio documentary and podcast, he received a Peabody nominee and won a regional Edward R Murrow award.

Bruce was born and raised in Philly, graduated from Temple University undergrad, and graduated from University of Pennsylvania in 2008 with a Masters in Organization Dynamics.

He currently teaches Social Media and The Organization at University of Pennsylvania in the Organizational Dynamics program.

He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Mighty Writers and the Americana Music Association in Nashville.

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