Guy Raz is Tinkercast’s Chief Strategic Tinker and Co-Creator of Wow in the World. When Guy is not tinkering, he is the host, co-creator, and editorial director of two wildly popular NPR programs, the TED Radio Hour and How I Built This. Since joining NPR in 1997, he has served in a huge variety of roles, notably, as weekend host of All Things Considered and Bureau Chief for both Berlin and London. He also spent two years in television journalism working for CNN. As a host and correspondent, he has interviewed more than 6,000 people. For his work he has received the Edward R. Murrow Award and Daniel Schorr Journalism prize, the National Headliner Award, and an NABJ, in addition to many others. More information on Guy’s work can be found on NPR’s website .
Just as important as his super-serious news career, Guy is a father of two boys. He has performed as narrator in a DC children’s theater production of “Cat in the Hat,” and helped design a neighborhood playground. Guy also loves eating hard-boiled eggs, coaching baseball, and riding bikes with his wife and kids.