Kelly Silvera

Executive Producer


Kelly is an award-winning journalist with more than 20 years of international experience. She’s traveled all over the world leading news coverage of history-making events.

Her video-first reporting of global news stories including the Arab Spring has been recognized by the Emmys, George Foster Peabody, United Nations, New York Film Festivals and Britain’s Royal Television Society, among others.

Kelly’s work gives the audience access to a range of perspectives while empowering people to tell their own stories. Throughout her career she has elevated underrepresented voices both in media coverage and the workplace.

Kelly began her career at BBC London radio while studying journalism at University of the Arts London. Her extraordinary talent is running very fast in heels.

Latest Stories (3)

How medical debt can exacerbate pain and suffering

As part of a live event, we break down the medical debts that some Americans owe and the shame, guilt and uncertainty that can come with it.
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How can we build a better health care system?

Experts say 3 million people in the U.S. have more than $10,000 in medical debt each.
"Whatever you do, don't put [medical debt] on a credit card," said RIP Medical Debt's Allison Sesso. "Once you put it on a credit card, it's consumer debt — it's not medical debt anymore."
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Health and Wealth: Why Americans are drowning in medical debt

Almost a third of all working adults in the United States are carrying some kind of medical debt — that’s about 15% of all U.S. households.
Medical debt is the leading cause of bankruptcy in the United States and affects almost a third of working Americans.
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