N’Jeri Eaton is the Director of Programming and New Audiences at National Public Radio (NPR) where she is charged with sourcing new content, partnerships and talent. As a part of her portfolio, she oversees NPR programs such as Believed, Latino USA, Throughline and White Lies. N’Jeri is also a freelance documentary producer and editor. Her feature film First Friday was broadcast nationally on AfroPop in 2016. Previously, N’Jeri was the Content Development & Initiative Manager at the Independent Television Service (ITVS) where she managed two of their largest funding initiatives and was the consulting producer on almost 80 films. N’Jeri received her M.A. at the UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism.