Untold: A CT Mirror Podcast

I’ve edited and produced two season of this news magazine podcast. 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.

Higher Ground

I story edited this eight-episode podcast for WSHU Public Radio. Host J.D. Allen journeys around Long Island to document how its communities are adapting to climate change. The season won a National Academies Award for Science Communication.

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

Digital, 6/2/2022

Connecticut Abortion Providers Prepare For Influx Of Patients Seeking Safe Haven

Certified nurse-midwife Jennifer Love remembers a scene from a training rotation she did many years ago in Cartagena, Colombia, where abortion was illegal at the time. Continue reading.., 3/28/2022

Churches And Health Care Align To Offer Trusted Space For Addiction Treatment

In the basement of Madry Temple Church in New London, Margaret Lancaster, a health program coordinator at Ledge Light Health District, shows the pastor how to administer Narcan, the opioid overdose reversal treatment. Continue reading..


Hartford Business Journal 7/4/22

Nonprofits turn to development to strengthen missions

When Rosanne Haggerty’s Community Solutions nonprofit got involved in redeveloping the historic Swift Factory in Hartford’s North End, she got some sideways glances. “I think for a long time folks were like, ‘What are you folks who work on homelessness actually doing here?’” said Haggerty, Community Solutions’ president and founder. Continue reading..