Gianattassio-Malle is Founder of BlueEGGMedia, LLC, a San Francisco-based consultancy that incubates media futures for global networks and core platforms in North America and East Asia. Her experience of reporting and producing radio news reports, serial productions and documentaries is aimed at encouraging listeners to engage with issues of worldwide importance.
Gianattassio-Malle is the founding producer and director of Forum, the award-winning national current affairs program broadcast daily on the San Francisco National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate station, KQED-FM. She has produced and directed live and recorded interviews and discussions for NPR broadcasts with many of the leading newsmakers and cultural icons of our time, including Oriana Fallaci, Poet Laureate Al Young, Dana Goya, Saul Bellow, former President Jimmy Carter, Cesar Chavez, Noam Chomsky, Francis Crick, John Kenneth Galbraith, Newt Gingrich, Jane Goodall, V.S. Naipaul, Rosa Parks, Robert Redford, Salman Rushdie, Carl Sagan, Susan Sontag, Gloria Steinem, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Her work has earned numerous industry distinctions as well as validation for her innovation with aural media, including a fellowship from Carnegie Mellon University, a John S. Knight Professional Journalism Fellowship from Stanford University, and National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) awards, among others.
- Fellow, Studio for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University
- John S. Knight Fellow, Department of Communication, Stanford University
- MFA, San Francisco Art Institute
- BFA, San Francisco Art Institute