Adi Gevins produces documentaries, provides media project consulting services, and teaches courses and workshops for local and national organizations. She also helps organizations around the U.S. to archive broadcasts. Topics of her media projects range from racism to American holidays, while her classes tackle writing, production and research ethics and techniques.
Adi's work has been recognized with numerous awards, including the American Bar Association Silver Gavel and two Peabody Awards (with Laurie Garrett for Science Story in 1978, and with SoundVision for The DNA Files in 2000). She served as executive producer for the celebrated public radio documentary series, the Bill of Rights Radio Education Project.
Adi holds a master's degree in library and information studies from the University of California at Berkeley.