Writer and co-producer
A Little Easier
I wrote and co-produced this 12-episode podcast focused on parent wellbeing. When kids face emotional, behavioral, learning, or medical challenges the burden on parents can be overwhelming. Host Kendra Wilde brings together insights from leading experts and parents to provide support.
Editor and Producer
I’ve edited and produced two season of this news magazine podcast for The Connecticut Mirror. The first showcased stories of recovery in the wake of the pandemic. The second looked at issues that motivate young voters to go to the polls.
I story edited two seasons of this climate-crisis podcast for WSHU Public Radio. The first season won a National Academies Award for Science Communication. Each season has also been adapted into a nationally distributed one-hour radio special.
I edited the third season of the Philly Eagles history podcast Return Game, focused on the career of legendary coach Dick Vermeil as he prepared to take his place in the Hall of Fame.
I was the special projects editor for the Hartford Business Journal’s inaugural Innovators Issue which published in December 2022.
In addition to managing the issue, I also wrote profiles of innovators Jonathan Rothberg, Carlos Mouta, Bill Shufelt & John Walker.
After Stillbirth, Undocumented Woman Organizes Partnership To Help Others Find Better Care
When Laura Garcia was pregnant with her third child, a boy she named Matias, she had symptoms that made her uneasy. Her nails turned purple, her feet were swollen and she was vomiting. Undocumented and uninsured, she sought care in a community clinic. Continue reading
Hartford Business Journal 4/17/2023
‘Moon Shot’: UConn’s Laurencin forms new startup amid quest to help humans regrow limbs
In 2019, the Veterans Administration cared for more than 95,000 service members who had lost limbs. Over the prior decade, the VA says it saw a 34% increase in the number of veterans with amputations who received care. Continue reading
Hartford Business Journal, 4/3/2023
In DEI conversation, employers often overlook people with disabilities
Cate Alix checks off the job responsibilities she has as an office assistant at Avon-based advertising agency Mintz+Hoke. Distributing mail, restocking supplies, scanning, making copies, inventory, keeping conference rooms clean and tidy, and — best of all — shredding. “Shredding is my jam,” she laughs. Continue reading
Connecticut Abortion Providers Prepare For Influx Of Patients Seeking Safe Haven
Churches And Health Care Align To Offer Trusted Space For Addiction Treatment
Hartford Business Journal 7/4/22
Nonprofits turn to development to strengthen missions
First Wave: Coronavirus in Connecticut
As COVID first hit I edited this two-hour radio special. The show won a CT SPJ 2020 Excellence in Journalism Award
‘I’ve never seen anything like this’: Healthcare workers on the COVID crisis
Among the richest states in the nation; now the last to adopt a budget
Marketplace Morning Report Feature
Come aboard a scallop boat off the New England coast to learn why the fishing industry is at odds with the growing push for offshore wind energy
Aerospace machine shop says high-wage hiring is the future
New efforts connect diverse voters across state lines
‘Like an echo from the grave’: Gwen Carr speaks about George Floyd’s murder
Connecticut entrepreneurs tell the real Downton Abbey story in spirits
Ancient art of organ building brings music to life