Rachel Osier Lindley
Rachel Osier Lindley is the Statewide Coordinating Editor for the Texas Station Collaborative. In this role, she connects with newsrooms across Texas to plan and produce collaborative news coverage and projects, daily statewide newscasts, content for the public radio newsmagazine Texas Standard and national coverage for NPR and other outlets.
Previously, Lindley served as news director for WBHM in Birmingham, Ala., where she established the station as a small-but-mighty statewide journalistic powerhouse. She was also named 2016’s “Best Reporter” in radio by the Alabama Associated Press Media Editors. Before WBHM, Lindley was news director at Marfa Public Radio/West Texas Public Radio, where she played an essential role in building the fledgling station from the ground up.
Lindley holds an MBA from Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas, as well as a bachelor’s degree in journalism from The University of Texas at Austin. She grew up outside of Chicago and has been a radio nerd since childhood.
Rachel and her husband, Chase, are the lucky parents of three sons and the caretakers of one unruly dog. In her copious amount of free time, she enjoys reading, trying new recipes, exploring Dallas, eating tacos and thinking about work. She also serves as Treasurer on the PRNDI board.