This episode features the High Leverage Practice of Voice with Lori Walsh. As a radio host who has interviewed more than 6000 guests on-air, Lori claims she found her voice by being a ‘pro-eavesdropper’. In this not-to-miss podcast, she shares the incredible influence of deep listening where we can discover the similarities of humanity that exist between us. Lori’s wisdom of “You’re never going to be ready to fully use your voice” will inspire all to want to do exactly that.
Lori Byers Walsh is the host and lead producer of In the Moment, South Dakota Public Broadcasting’s news and culture radio broadcast. In nearly six years of public radio, she has interviewed thousands of guests on-air, in the studio, or on stage. Walsh is a writer, teaching artist, and member of the National Book Critics Circle and the Society for Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators. She is also a South Dakota Humanities Council One Book Scholar.
A graduate of the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, Calif., Walsh studied humanities at Hawaii Pacific University in Honolulu and received her B.A. in journalism from Augustana University in Sioux Falls, S.D. She was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps in 1994; she served six years as a cryptologic Korean linguist. Walsh lives in South Dakota where she writes, reads, records, and hangs out with a tortoise known as “The Entity.”