Serri Graslie

A name for public radio

There’s a long-standing joke that in order to get on NPR, you need to have a foreign, long or otherwise hard-to-pronounce name (examples: Ofeibea Quist-Arcton and Doualy Xaykaothao). My name was slightly more obscure before the iPhone 4S and ‘Siri,’ but it’s apparently still earned me a spot in this video by Greg Studley. I appear at 2:09.

I’m flattered and honored.

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