Minnie Sagar’s work is designed to be both educational and informational and includes audio documentaries, educational videos and public radio features. She’s hosted radio call in shows and provided voice over and talent for numerous projects. In 2006, Sagar became a Health Journalism Fellow from the University of Southern California, Annenberg School of Communication.
With training and reporting and documentary development through workshops given by veteran NPR producers plus a BS in Microbiology and a Master’s in Health Education, Sagar can present complex topics in a variety of mediums. She is also a member of the Association for Independent Reporters.
‘Sagar is able to explain complex issues in a simple but thorough manner. Her reporting sticks to the facts but engages the audience by putting real faces on the issues.’
-Craig Tucker, Karuk Tribe
‘Minnie was given an incredible challenge in turning two years of our work into a 7-minute video without losing any of its integrity. Our trust in her paid off! The final video is creative, polished, informative, and entertaining.’
-Christine Haggard, Shasta County Public Health
‘Working with Minnie Sagar was an absolute pleasure. We can’t thank her enough for her insightfulness, creativity, and knowledge. We are thrilled with our video and how she turned our vision into a reality. We highly recommend Minnie’s work.’
-Barbara Jackson, Anderson Partnership for Healthy Children