Alexi Horowitz-Ghazi is a multimedia journalist born and raised in the foothills of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Alexi is currently a producer at NPR's Planet Money in New York City. Before that he worked as a producer at NPR’s All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition in Washington D.C. He got his start in radio as the News Intern at Oregon Public Broadcasting, where he produced radio stories on environmental issues in the Northwest, and was selected as a 2014 AIR New Voices Scholar at the Third Coast International Audio Festival.
Alexi graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Reed College with a bachelors degree in History, and wrote his senior thesis on the entwined development of archaeology and nationalism in 19th century America. Alexi is an avid bicyclist, foil fencer, squash player, and creative writer, but his greatest passions are travel, research, and storytelling in its many forms. He is committed to producing compelling stories stories that give voice to the unheard, expand and enrich public conversation, and empower, inspire, and inform his audience to engage positively with the world around them.