Anna Ste. Marie

Marketing & Engagement Coordinator

Anna Ste. Marie joined VPR in 2017 as Audience Services Associate. Prior to that, she interned with Vermont Edition while receiving her B.A. in Media Studies, Journalism, and Digital Arts from St. Michael’s College in 2016. She is a self-published author and avid traveler, most recently spending three months in Uganda volunteering at an orphan home. Anna grew up in Troy, Vermont and now resides in Burlington. 

Ways to Connect

If we meet our goal of 1,200 contributions in five days, we can ensure VPR has the funding to keep this vital community resource strong and available to all.
Lara Dixon / For VPR

Just like Vermont summers are gone before we know it, we're keeping our June membership drive short and sweet: we’re aiming for 1,200 contributions in five days!

Three colleges in southwestern Vermont announced they will close their doors this year: Green Mountain College (left), College of St. Joseph (center) and Southern Vermont College (right).
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Three Vermont colleges have recently announced they are closing their doors this year. Join us on Wednesday, May 22 for a live broadcast of Vermont Edition from the Rutland Free Library to take a look at the circumstances that led to the closure of these schools.

'Friday Night Jazz', hosted by Ray Vega (left), will join the VPR Replay stream along with 'My Place', hosted by Joel Najman (center), and 'All The Traditions', hosted by Robert Resnik (right).
Daria Bishop

On May 10, VPR will be implementing changes to our online jazz programming. Friday Night Jazz will be added to the programming rotation on the VPR Replay stream and we will no longer offer the Jazz24 stream.

Investigative Reporter Emily Corwin (left) and Reporter Liam Elder-Connors are among the finalists for 2019's Livingston Award for Young Journalists.
Daria Bishop / For VPR

Vermont Public Radio Reporter Liam Elder-Connors and Investigative Reporter Emily Corwin have been named finalists in this year’s Livingston Awards for Young Journalists in the local reporting category for their work on the podcast JOLTED.

The damage to the transmitter for 90.9 FM may affect listeners in the highlighted area.
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UPDATED: May 9, 2019
The damaged transmitter for WOXR 90.9 FM has been repaired. The broadcast signal is back to its previous strength. Thanks for your patience!

A school of alewives circle in Nobleboro, Maine. This spring Lake Champlain saw a mass die-off of alewives because they are not suited for significant water temperature changes.
Robert F. Bukaty / AP

Dozens of aquatic invasive species are already established in Vermont’s waters — from zebra mussels to milfoil to alewife. For swimmers and anglers, they’re a nuisance, but for our native aquatic life, their presence can cause dire consequences. We’ll discuss the threat of invasive species and why it's so challenging to prevent their spread.

VPR won four Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for its news coverage in 2018.
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Vermont Public Radio has received the award for overall excellence and won five other 2019 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, the Radio Television Digital News Association announced today.

'Live From The Fort' collaborates with the Flynn Center's New Voices Project to bring you a showcase of West African music from Sabouyouma on May 2, 2019.
Courtesy / Jesse Rosenfield

VPR and the Flynn Center’s New Voices Project come together to present Sabouyouma at the next Live From The Fort on Thursday, May 2.

VPR Statehouse reporters, Bob Kinzel (left) and Peter Hirschfeld will answer listener questions about the 2019 legislative session at the next News & Brews. This event on Apr. 11 will be broadcast live during 'Morning Edition'.
Daria Bishop / For VPR

Vermont’s lawmakers are more than halfway through the 2019 session and many key pieces of legislation are still shaping up. VPR reporters will take your questions at our next News & Brews event during Morning Edition on Thursday, April 11 at Red Hen Bakery and Cafe in Middlesex.

VPR needs your feedback on our local programming.
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VPR needs your feedback on our local programming. As Vermont’s statewide public radio network, public service is at the core of everything we do.

Update 10:00 a.m. 3/16/19: This survey is now closed. Thank you for your feedback!

But Why comes to the Latchis Theatre in Brattleboro, VT on Saturday, Jan. 26 for an interactive show all about owls and other birds.
Photo: Southern Vermont Natural History Museum / Illustration: Anna Ste. Marie

How do owls see at night? And why do they spin their heads around? How do peregrine falcons fly? But Why?, VPR’s podcast for curious kids, comes to the Latchis Theatre on Saturday, January 26 for an interactive show all about owls and other birds.

Live From The Fort collaborates with the Flynn Center's New Voices Project to bring you a showcase of Latin dance music from Mal Maiz on Jan. 17, 2019.
Hannah Cormier / Courtesy of Mal Maiz

Update on 1/11 at 10:30 a.m.: This event is sold out! Thanks for your interest! Please join our wait list and we will let you know if any seats open up. If you can't get a seat this time, you can see Mal Maiz at The Flynn's New Voices: World Party on April 6.

Kick off 2019 with an evening of Latin dance music featuring Mal Maiz. Live From The Fort returns on Jan. 17 in collaboration with the Flynn Center’s New Voices Project.

Secretary Of State Jim Condos is seeking his fifth term in that office in the Nov. 6 election.
Darron Cummings / Associated Press

After serving four terms as Vermont’s Secretary of State, Jim Condos says there is still unfinished business he would like to accomplish. That's why he is seeking a fifth term in office and will be the Democratic candidate on the ballot on Vermont's Nov. 6 election.

Anya Tynio is challenging incumbent Rep. Peter Welch for Vermont's seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Matthew Smith / VPR

Political newcomer Anya Tynio is using her first run for political office to try to unseat six-term incumbent Democrat Peter Welch in the Nov. 6 election.

At 25 years old, Tynio is the youngest an individual can be to run for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. She says her fresh perspective is an advantage for taking on big issues facing Vermont and the country.

Ray Vega's Latin Jazz Sextet will perform during VPR's Friday Night Jazz Pledge Party on Friday, September 14.
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Join VPR in putting the fun in fundraising at our first-ever Friday Night Jazz Pledge Party on Friday, September 14 at 7 p.m.

A national study commissioned by the Annie E. Casey Foundation found that children who aren't proficiency by third grade are four times less likely to graduate high school.
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Literacy is typically thought of as the ability to read and write, but experts say it’s a much broader skill set, encompassing vocabulary, storytelling and more.  We look at early childhood literacy and what’s being done in Vermont to get children ready to read, write and communicate well before they reach school age.

Join us on Tuesday, July 24 at 7 p.m. to explore highlights, insights from James Stewart's new podcast series, 'Timeline: Elements'.
Illustration by James Stewart

VPR's newest podcast series, Timeline: Elements, explores how the four elements of antiquity — fire, water, earth and air — have shaped the way we think and express ourselves throughout history. It’s quite a ride and you can join host James Stewart on a guided tour of some of the podcast highlights on Tuesday, July 24 at VPR’s Stetson Studio One.

Join VPR on Wednesday, July 18 for a unique concert experience featuring a collaboration between the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and Ryan Miller, singer and guitarist for the indie band Guster.
Illustration by Anna Ste. Marie / VPR

Join VPR on Wednesday, July 18 for an intimate concert event. Ryan Miller, Vermont musician and lead singer for the band Guster, teams up with a string quartet from the Vermont Symphony Orchestra (VSO).

Come see Julia Caesar and Clever Girls 'Live From The Fort' on Thursday, June 28.
Courtesy / Illustration: Anna Ste. Marie

Live From The Fort presents a double-bill featuring two of the most exciting bands in the Burlington area: Julia Caesar and Clever Girls. Come see the show on Thursday, June 28 at 7 p.m. and be entered to win a pair of passes to the Grand Point North festival.

VPR's next News & Brews features Garrett Graff, journalist, historian and Robert Mueller's biographer. He will discuss  the Justice Department’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election with Morning Edition Host, Mitch Wertlieb.
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The Justice Department’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election has dominated the news cycle.  If you’ve found yourself struggling to keep track of all the lawyers, links, testimonies and indictments, you’re not alone. Wouldn’t it be great to sit down with a national expert and a cold beverage to get it all sorted out?  

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