Cori Princell is editor of the New England News Collaborative, where she works with editors and reporters at nine public media stations on collaborative and regional stories.
Before joining the NENC, she was the managing editor at New Hampshire Public Radio, where she helped manage daily news and led the newsroom’s coverage of climate change.
Cori started her radio career in New England as an intern at what’s now The Public’s Radio in Rhode Island. She spent 10 years at WUNC in North Carolina, mostly as a producer and editor for The Story with Dick Gordon, a national show that used personal narrative to understand U.S. and international news topics. Marrying an oceanographer then led her to the west coast of Scotland, where she reported for The World and did community oral history work.
Cori studied American Civilization at Brown University. She lives in Concord, New Hampshire. Cori enjoys supporting emerging journalists and is always on the lookout for regional story ideas. Get in touch at email@example.com.
On April 8, 2024, many New England communities will get the once-in-a-lifetime chance to view a total solar eclipse, if the weather cooperates.