The Teacher Project
Miriam Hall is an Australian multimedia journalist. Before moving to the United States she worked as a reporter and producer for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, covering remote and regional Australia, current affairs and breaking news for radio and television. She has also worked as a live radio presenter. While in New York, Miriamwrote a long form piece about the American criminal justice system. She also covered social affairs and the arts. Along with her Masters of Arts degree from Columbia Journalism School, Miriam holds an Honors degree in Drama and French from the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, and a Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Broadcasting from Edith Cowan University, Perth. She has won numerous awards, and was a finalist for the Walkley Australian Young Journalist of the Year prize in 2011 for a national radio piece she reported on recovery from a destructive cyclone.