Douglas Hopper is a writer, multimedia storyteller and communications expert. He’s produced and edited content for NPR, the National Press Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health. With more than 10 years experience producing interactive programs that inspire open dialogue, he has focused on global health, international development and HIV/AIDS. Douglas graduated from the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication, earning a prestigious NPR Kroc Fellowship. He was a founding producer for NPR’s Tell Me More, a program about diversity and global issues. He served as the lead content producer and editor for Harvard’s landmark AIDS@30 International Symposium.