Tiffany Camhi is the "All Things Considered" host for Oregon Public Broadcasting.
She spent six years at KQED Public Radio in the San Francisco Bay Area where she hosted "Weekend Edition", produced and directed "The California Report" and reported for KQED News. She's filed stories for National Public Radio Newscasts, NPR's "Here and Now" and Public Radio International's "The World".
Tiffany is an alumni of the City University of New York, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism.
When Tiffany's not on the radio you can usually find her riding a motorcycle or trying to figure out a way to talk about motorcycles on the radio.
Housing authority of Multnomah County expects a record amount of people to apply for federal rental assistance
It's been seven years since Home Forward last opened up its housing choice voucher waitlist. The federal rental assistance program, formerly known as Section 8, comes amid Oregon's homelessness and housing crisis.
Portland group works to make wealth redistribution a reality through real estate
A group of volunteers who call themselves PDX Housing Solidarity Project helps connect people with ample resources to Black and Indigenous homebuyers in Portland. Amid a statewide housing crisis and in a city that has been historically hostile to Black, Indigenous and other people of color, the group sees their work as both mutual aid and as a form of reparations.
Chronic homelessness drops in the Portland region. Here’s a look behind the numbers
Initial results from the 2023 Portland region homeless point-in-time count are out and data from this year is promising. Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties all showed a drop in chronic homelessness. That number is down 17 percent, compared to 2022.
The Archive Project - Boys & Girls in America: Melissa Febos & Hua Hsu
Essayist Melissa Febos & memoirist Hua Hsu discuss coming-of-age, identity, art-making, & community in these discussions from 2022 Portland Book Festival #PDXBookFest.
Some Oregon housing production advisers say painful compromises are needed to meet governor’s housing goal
Over the next nine months, Gov. Tina Kotek’s Housing Production Advisory Council will be discussing potential solutions to spur housing construction in the state. Some experts on the council say big and difficult changes to the status quo, like temporarily overriding some permitting processes or expanding urban growth boundaries, will be required.
Poison Waters reflects on the legacy of a mentor and an icon: Portland drag queen Darcelle
Kevin Cook, who performs as Poison Waters and is a co-hostess at the Darcelle XV Showplace, reflects on the life of Walter Cole, who performed as Darcelle. Cole died last week at the age of 92.
Portland stabilization center offers housing and support for women with co-occurring disorders
Finding compassionate health care can be difficult for some women who suffer from both mental health and substance abuse disorders. But a new treatment option for this population opened up in Portland this week.
Bill sparks debate on a guaranteed income program for Oregon
A bill in the Oregon Legislature is looking to set up a pilot program that would give $1,000 a month to low or no income Oregonians over a two-year period. If passed, it would create the nation’s first statewide guaranteed income program. The proposal has sparked heated debate.
Eviction prevention programs bring stability to those on the brink
With the end of state and local eviction protections and the rapid rise in inflation, more people in the Portland metro area are teetering on the edge of homelessness. One of the ways to help keep people housed is to prevent them from losing their homes in the first place.
Who is the California group bidding to operate homeless camps in Portland?
Wheeler and City Commissioner Dan Ryan first proposed the idea of outdoor, city -sanctioned camps that could host hundreds of people last fall.