Tiffany Camhi
Tiffany Camhi

Tiffany Camhi


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.

Latest Stories

Indigenous peoples, in Oregon and beyond, are decolonizing maps

Western maps, imbued with the history and power structures of colonialism, often erase Indigenous people and culture from their traditional lands. Now, Indigenous cartographers are countering that erasure by decolonizing maps, in Oregon and throughout the world.


Oregon and Washington both have new COVID-19 restrictions. Here’s how they compare

As Oregon and Washington experience sharp rises in new cases of COVID-19, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee have both enacted statewide restrictions on businesses and gatherings to slow the spread of the virus. But the rules going into effect this week have some key differences, depending on what side of the state line you're on.

Oregon set the stage for modern presidential debates

In 1948, Portland hosted the United States’ first-ever nationally broadcast presidential debate. The face-off, between two candidates competing for the Republican nomination, is widely seen as the precedent for today’s debates.

‘OPB Politics Now:’ Portland mayor and city council previews

On this special election preview episode of "OPB Politics Now," our campaign team looks at the race for Portland mayor and city commissioner. Can Ted Wheeler break the curse and become Portland's first two-term mayor in a generation? Or is Sarah Iannarone the new Bud Clark?