A New England native, Tricia has spent more than a decade working in digital and broadcast media and is fascinated by the ways in which emerging technologies and changing cultural realities shape the way we create and consume information. Most recently, she was the Digital Content Manager for 13abc in Toledo, Ohio, and has previously written about pop culture for various publications, most notably SYFY FANGRRLS.
Marc E. Fitch
Senior Investigative Reporter
Marc worked as an investigative reporter for Yankee Institute and was a 2014 Robert Novak Journalism Fellow. He previously worked in the field of mental health is the author of several books and novels, along with numerous freelance reporting jobs and publications. Marc has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Western Connecticut State University.
A national, award-winning journalist from Bristol, Tom has a passion for writing. Prior to joining CII, he worked in print, television, and as a freelance journalist. He has taken deep dives into sexual assault allegations by Connecticut professors, uncovered issues at state-run prisons, and covered evictions in the New Britain Herald. He chose to focus on issues based in Connecticut because this is his home, and this is where he wants his work to make the greatest impact.
Joe comes to Connecticut Inside Investigator after extensive work in the advocacy and political sections of the nonprofit world. When he’s not designing graphics or deep diving into social media analytics, he enjoys spending time with his family.
Conner is a husband, father, outdoorsman, and capitalist. He earned his MBA from Lehigh University and holds undergraduate degrees in Government & Law and Psychology from Lafayette College. Prior to CII, Conner worked on corruption and first amendment issues as a Director at several nonprofits and taught business communications as an adjunct professor at Lehigh University.