Kelley Griffin

Kelley Griffin was Colorado Public Radio's senior editor for News until 2020. Since starting with CPR in 1993, she served as a business reporter, managing editor and news director.

Letters About Life in 1901

Kelley Griffin talks with Judith Reid Finley, editor of The Century Chest Letters: A Colorado Springs Legacy.The letters chronicle the concerns of citizens living in Colorado Springs in 1901.

First Year Teacher

Kelley Griffin talks with Jennifer Sharp, a first year teacher at Rishell Middle School in Denver, where she teaches social studies. Colorado Matters will be checking in with Ms.

Governing the West

Kelley Griffin speaks with Daniel Kemmis, director of the Center for the Rocky Mountain West at the University of Montana, about his book This Sovereign Land: A New Vision for […]

Book on Cowboys

Kelley Griffin speaks with historian Ken Reyher of Olathe who has written a detailed account of the lives of cowboys and ranching life in his book, High Country Cowboys: A […]

Bee Research

Kelley Griffin talks with Virginia Scott, curator of Entomology at the University of Colorado’s Natural History Museum in Boulder, about her research on a bee that apparently lives only in […]

Minority Health Initiative

Kelley Griffin speaks with Jill Hunsaker, director of the Turning Point Initiative based at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, on the search for solutions to Colorado racial […]