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Every Giving Tuesday is a celebration of CT Mirror’s in-depth, impact stories and the reporters who write them.

This year that team of reporters is bigger than it has ever been, thanks to readers like you who create CT Mirror reporting through their financial support.

Just how big is the CT Mirror team now? Here’s a look:

Newsroom Team


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Mercy A. Quaye

Community Editorial Board Editor / Columnist

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Tom Condon

Urban & Regional Issues Reporter

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Katy Golvala

Investigative Reporter

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Lisa Hagen

Federal Policy Reporter

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Ginny Monk

Housing and Children's Issues Reporter

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Erica E. Phillips

Economic Development Reporter

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Jan Ellen Spiegel

Energy & Environment Reporter

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Paul Stern

Viewpoints Editor

Business Team


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Gabby DeBenedictis

Audience Engagement Specialist

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Esther Ju

Audience Engagement Intern

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Nicole McIsaac

Audience Engagement Intern

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Briana Nelson

Community Engagement Intern


And with of your financial support, you can expect to see this team grow even more by Giving Tuesday next year.

Will you join us today to celebrate this year’s journalism and ensure that it continues in the next?

Show CT Mirror reporters how much you trust and value their work. Make a tax-deductible gift here.

Every gift made on Giving Tuesday will be doubled (up to $5,000 per gift)! Don’t miss this opportunity to double your impact.

Thanks for choosing to join in the work of The Connecticut Mirror on Giving Tuesday.

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Kyle ConstableDirector of Membership

Kyle is CT Mirror's Director of Membership and Digital Innovation. His newsroom experience includes roles as a freelance reporter and then a full-time general assignment reporter at CT Mirror and as State Capitol beat writer for UConn's Daily Campus. He graduated from UConn with a bachelor's degree in journalism in 2017.