Policy 360 is a series of audio conversations from the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University.
Policy 360 is hosted by Judith Kelley, the Sanford School’s dean. Kelley, an expert on international relations, researches how international actors can promote democratic and human rights reforms. Judith Kelley is the author of Scorecard Diplomacy: Grading States to Influence Their Reputation and Behavior.
Judith Kelley began hosting the podcast in 2018.
Kelly Brownell hosted the first 70 episodes of the podcast and now serves as occasional guest host. In 2006 Time magazine listed Brownell among “The World’s 100 Most Influential People.” Brownell is an expert on on issues of nutrition, obesity and public policy. He is Dean Emeritus of the Sanford School of Public Policy, and director of the World Food Policy Center at Duke. He currently hosts the podcast The Leading Voices in Food.
Carol Jackson and Malu Frasson Nori produce the series. Carol is the Digital Content Strategist at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke. Before coming to Sanford, she worked at WUNC/North Carolina Public Radio. Among other roles, she was the Managing Editor for the national program The Story. Malu (Maria Luisa) Frasson Nori joined Sanford in 2020. She creates graphic design, videos, and is also a producer on the Ways and Means podcast. Before she was at Sanford, she was the lead editor at StoryDriven, a story-based video marketing firm in downtown Durham.
Matthew Majsak is our associate producer. Matt is an undergraduate student at Duke University. He works as a communications assistant for the Sanford School of Public Policy where he also works on the Ways & Means podcast. He previously worked as a communications associate for a New York City based non-profit, as well editor-in-chief for an online platform for political dialogue that reached hundreds of youth in the U.S. and internationally.