Carole Murko is the creator, host and executive producer of the weekly radio program "Heirloom Meals," a storytelling show she created to share treasured family recipes, stories and tips … "savoring yesterday's traditions today," on NPR affiliate Robinhood Radio, WHDD, 91.5 FM in Sharon, Conn. A culinary artist who learned how to cook by observing her mother and grandmother, Carole captures their passion for cooking, entertaining, and feeding friends and family, and translates it into her own special way of honoring the traditions she loved as a child. She regularly appears as a food expert and demo chef on Newschannel 13, the NBC affiliate in Albany, New York. Carole developed and was host of a 16-video series featuring diabetes-friendly heirloom recipes for Liberty Medical that launched on its website in November 2011. She executive-produced and was host of Heirloom Meals’ "Thanksgiving and Heirloom Meals' Christmas," scheduled to air on 90% of the public televisions stations across the nation in November and December of 2012. She writes for Edible Berkshires and blogs most days. Carole holds a bachelor's degree in economics and a minor in art history from Smith College, a master's degree in International Economics from New York University and the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Before founding "Heirloom Meals," Carole had successful careers on Wall Street and in interior design and decoration.