Meg Dalton

Deputy Director of Storytelling

Connecticut Public

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Professional Bio

Meg Dalton is the deputy director of storytelling for Connecticut Public. She previously worked for The Takeaway from WNYC, in collaboration with WGBH and PRX. She's also reported and edited for the Columbia Journalism Review, PBS NewsHour, Slate, Energy News Network, Architectural Digest, MediaShift, Hearst Connecticut newspapers, and more. Her audio work has appeared on ‚ÄéMobituaries with Mo Rocca, WNYC, WSHU, Marketplace, WBAI, and NPR. She earned her master's degree from Columbia Journalism School in 2017, where she specialized in audio storytelling and narrative writing.

Off the clock, she enjoys making horrible puns, attempting to hike every National Park, and hanging out with her cat, Nora Ephron.

Company

PMJA Logo News Organization

Education:
Tufts University 2010 Political Science
Job Role
Editor