Bridget Dowd

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Senior Field Correspondent

Senior field correspondent Bridget Dowd has a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. During her time there, she served as the station manager for Blaze Radio, ASU’s student-run radio station. She was also a finalist for a Hearst Journalism Award in the Radio News & Features category.

Dowd first came to KJZZ as an intern in 2017. Later that year, she became a weekend reporter. Dowd went on to produce KJZZ’s Morning Edition from 2019 to 2021. She also spent a year working as a reporter and host for KTOO in Juneau, Alaska.

Dowd grew up all over the West Coast, but came to Arizona for college and couldn’t stay away from the desert. She especially enjoys covering stories about education and answering questions from listeners through KJZZ’s Q&AZ project.

After work, she’s usually spending time with her three cats: Orlando, Grey and Georgie.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Arizona School Board Association executive director resigns Bridget Dowd Dec. 5, 2023
Enrollment at AZ's public universities rises; number completing degrees flatlines Bridget Dowd Dec. 1, 2023
County spends $10M on 2 new affordable housing projects in Chandler Bridget Dowd Nov. 28, 2023
SRP begins cleaning Arizona canal system, moves hundreds of fish Bridget Dowd Nov. 28, 2023
Families, staff demand answers after Higley principal's sudden departure Bridget Dowd Nov. 23, 2023
Q&AZ: Who is responsible for cleaning up metro Phoenix freeways? Bridget Dowd Nov. 27, 2023
School districts struggle to hire part-time employees Bridget Dowd Nov. 21, 2023
Have ideas to improve Phoenix traffic at Deck Park Tunnel? MAG survey closes Nov. 30 Bridget Dowd Nov. 20, 2023
County announces affordable housing initiative in Gilbert Bridget Dowd Nov. 17, 2023
Some Tucson elementary schools to offer 6th grade Bridget Dowd Nov. 17, 2023
Parent: Kids were bullied after Horne's press conference Bridget Dowd Nov. 15, 2023
Arizona art teachers can apply for $10 million in grants Bridget Dowd Nov. 14, 2023
Mesa considers vape detectors in all public middle, high school bathrooms Bridget Dowd Nov. 14, 2023
Rain possible for Phoenix area later this week Bridget Dowd Nov. 13, 2023
Arizona first state to stop seizing social security, disability benefits of foster children Bridget Dowd Nov. 10, 2023
Horne: 2 groups 'generate anti-Semitism' at schools Bridget Dowd Nov. 8, 2023
AZ, 14 states urge stronger minimum staffing standards in nursing homes Bridget Dowd Nov. 7, 2023
Cards QB Kyler Murray to play Sunday for first time since tearing ACL Bridget Dowd Nov. 7, 2023
AZ's school letter grades are out. More went up than went down Bridget Dowd Nov. 6, 2023
Cartwright district's 4-day workweek attracts new teachers Bridget Dowd Nov. 6, 2023
Sky Harbor breaks several passenger records Bridget Dowd Nov. 2, 2023
Family of drowned Phoenix high school football player sues district Bridget Dowd Oct. 31, 2023
Globe residents celebrate 25 years of walking ghost tour Bridget Dowd Oct. 31, 2023
New course teaches programming to female inmates at AZ state prison Bridget Dowd Oct. 27, 2023
Phoenix Union partners with iTeach to help fill 150 teacher vacancies Bridget Dowd Oct. 24, 2023

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