Shula Neuman has more than a decade of journalism experience as both a print and radio reporter. Shula came to St. Louis Public Radio in late 2013 after working as an editor for NPR in Washington, D.C. She has also reported on economic development for Cleveland’s public radio station and, before that, worked as a reporter at the Watertown Daily Times and was a reporter and evening newscaster at St. Louis Public Radio. Yes, this is Shula’s second stint with St. Louis Public Radio. She says she just can’t stay away from her hometown because she’s tired of rooting for the Cardinals in absentia. Shula has a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University; an Executive M.B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis; and a bachelor’s from Reed College in Portland, OR. She claims she has no intention of going back to school again. Shula is an avid cyclist, canine enthusiast, and compulsive baker (although she has yet to bake anything for dogs).