Stephanie Carson


Stephanie Carson went to school to be a foreign war correspondent, earning degrees in Broadcast News and International Politics, and now finds herself writing about the rights of people who live and work here at home. After working for a major news network for several years as an investigative producer, Stephanie moved to North Carolina and started working for Public News Service. A recipient of two Emmy’s and an Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Journalism, Stephanie is a self-described travel junkie, craft beer and cider lover, and a “Ski Mom” to her two daughters who race competitively on the slopes of North Carolina in the winter.

Languages Spoken: English

Topic Expertise: politics, women's issues, consumer law, water quality, outdoor recreation

Local Expertise: North Carolina and Tennessee politics, education, health care

Demographic Expertise: immigration, small business development, local economies

Recent Work:
Native Plants Provide Pit Stops for Bird Migration through NC
TN's High Diabetes Rate Raises Concerns for Pregnant Women
NC Land Conservancies Unify to Fight Climate Change
Free Breast Cancer Screenings Available to Qualifying Tennesseans
NC Council of Churches Opposes 6 Ballot Issues
NC Early Voting Begins Today: What You Need to Know
Clean Energy Group Powers Vote in Tennessee
NC Communities Benefit from Historic Conservation Legislation
Report: Obsolete Laws Used to Sentence Most NC Death Row Inmates
Farm Bill Expiration Stalls Conservation Efforts on Farms