Delphine is a community journalist, activist, multimedia producer and educator dedicated to bringing change through storytelling. Born and raised in Aix en Provence, France, Delphine has lived in the U.S for the last 10 years. Her work is focused on building strong communities that are empowered and self-sustaining. In her free time, she likes to prioritize self care, self growth, and relationship building.
She earned a MA in African American and African Diaspora Studies from Indiana University in 2010 and a MA in Multimedia Journalism from the University of Oregon. From 2009-2011, she co-hosted and produced Native Spirit, Contemporary Native American Music and News on WFHB, community Radio in Bloomington, IN for 3years.
She was a part of Bread and Roses, a feminist collective on KBOO community Radio in Portland, OR. She was co-host and co-producer of Profiles, a KBOO podcast that explores criminalization, gentrification, displacement and grassroots community resilience. She is also a trainer and mentor at KBOO and served as a board member from 2015-17. She is currently KBOO’s Station Manager.