Gregory Warner is the host of NPR's Rough Translation. Previously, he was the East Africa correspondent for NPR. Before joining NPR, he was a freelance reporter who specialized in conflict zones around the world. His work has appeared on This American Life, Marketplace's "Working" series, and Radiolab.
Warner has also worked as senior reporter for American Public Media's Marketplace. His musical journey into the world of medical coding won a Best News Feature award from the Third Coast International Audio Festival.
Warner has won a Peabody Award and awards from Edward R. Murrow, New York Festivals, AP, and PRNDI. He earned his degree in English from Yale University.