Marielle Segarra

Multimedia Reporter

Location icon United States

Hi! I’m a reporter at WHYY, Philadelphia's NPR member station. I cover urban policy, infrastructure, and economic development. Before this, I was an editor at CFO magazine, where I wrote about growth companies, strategy, accounting, and other topics.

Before CFO, I interned for WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, where I wrote newscasts and health articles and reported a six-minute piece for Morning Edition on urban sex trafficking and prostitution. I also wrote newscasts and produced oral history interviews for WRNI (now RIPR), Providence’s NPR station.

I graduated from Brown in 2010. While in school, I wrote for the Brown Daily Herald and reported radio pieces on national and local issues for WBRU-FM in Providence.

You can reach me at [email protected]



Five Tips for Controlling Cash Burn

Growing companies often go through cash faster than they expect to. Here’s how they can keep cash burn under control.

CFO magazine
The Art of Mentoring

Five female CFOs tell how mentors helped them succeed—and how they are returning the favor.

CFO magazine
Taking the Next Step

Women who want to advance to the top spot in finance often need a sponsor. Here's why.

Student Newspaper, University of Edinburgh
If You Go Down to the Woods Today...

Just off the A701, down a legal B-road and up a tree, Marielle Segarra discovers a community of pot-smoking, rubbish eating, head-banging moral crusaders. Just don't call them hippies.


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