Now 74, NPR’s Susan Stamberg Talks About the ups and Downs of Aging
Susan Stamberg started her career at NPR in 1972 when she was the only female nightly news anchor on national television and radio. Since then, Susan has anchored four different radio shows for NPR and learned a lot along the way. Despite losing her husband a few years ago, Susan has remained active in her career and social life. She has traveled all over the world and currently splits her time between Washington D.C. and Los Angeles, so that she can stay close to her son. She is not afraid to discuss the challenges of aging and how they have contributed to a fulfilling life.