Kirsten Dorman

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Field Correspondent

Kirsten Dorman is a field correspondent at KJZZ. Dorman started with KJZZ as an intern in 2022.

Born and raised in New Jersey, Dorman fell in love with audio storytelling as a freshman at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2019.

Throughout her time there, she worked as a reporter for the State Press, Arizona State University's independent student-run news publication. She occupied several positions at ASU's student radio station, Blaze Radio, including a year as its production director.

Working with other students inspired Dorman to continue telling stories through sound after graduating with her bachelor's degree in 2022. As una periodista bilingue and a proud boricua, Dorman is thrilled to serve the Valley by bringing stories that ask tough questions and examine a variety of interesting topics.

When she's away from her desk, Dorman is an avid fiction reader. She enjoys cooking, pop punk music and making Pinterest boards.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Man sentenced for posing as Arizona tribe member to sell artwork Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
Sept. 29, 2023
EEOC sues AZ pet groomer for sexual harassment and retaliation Kirsten Dorman Sept. 29, 2023
Boyfriend convicted of missing Navajo woman's murder Kirsten Dorman Sept. 28, 2023
Retirement draws near for voice of the Arizona Diamondbacks Kirsten Dorman Sept. 27, 2023
Report: New officials will oversee 98% of AZ ballots Kirsten Dorman Sept. 27, 2023
Lawmaker says plan to convert Mesa hotel 'misguided' Kirsten Dorman Sept. 26, 2023
MVD homeless 'tele-office' office helps hundreds to get IDs Katherine Davis-Young, Kirsten Dorman Sept. 21, 2023
Horne tells Moms for Liberty he wants conservatives on school boards Kirsten Dorman Sept. 15, 2023
AZ senator seeks grant for water infrastructure for community near Tucson Kirsten Dorman Sept. 12, 2023
Arizona abortion case hinges on 'credible threat' of prosecution for doctors Kirsten Dorman
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Sept. 11, 2023
'Tails of Phoenix' photobook to raise shelter funds Kirsten Dorman Sept. 11, 2023
Here are some ways Phoenix is celebrating 'El Grito' this year Kirsten Dorman Sept. 11, 2023
With chronic absenteeism rates up 20%, nonprofit seeks solutions Kirsten Dorman Sept. 11, 2023
Beth's story: She says being a 'non-speaker' shouldn't mean losing right to decide for herself Kirsten Dorman Sept. 11, 2023
Another block in 'The Zone' is cleared, but the path forward for those living there is unclear Kirsten Dorman, Tori Gantz Sept. 7, 2023
Pentagon official says military policy at center of abortion fight isn't negotiable Kirsten Dorman Sept. 6, 2023
No negotiations yet in Sky Harbor concession strike Kirsten Dorman Sept. 5, 2023
Groups advocating for Tucson homeless population drop lawsuit Kirsten Dorman
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Sept. 5, 2023
ASU student attacked; police still looking for assailant Kirsten Dorman Sept. 5, 2023
Phoenix expands trail restrictions during heat warnings Kirsten Dorman Sept. 4, 2023
Men from 3 states plead guilty to threatening AZ officials Kirsten Dorman Sept. 1, 2023
FBI online game can help teach kids digital safety Kirsten Dorman Aug. 30, 2023
Iowa man sentenced for threatening AZ officials Kirsten Dorman Aug. 29, 2023
State rep: Stop vendors issuing IDs until MVD oversight fixed Kirsten Dorman Aug. 29, 2023
Kelly calls on Ala. senator to stop 'damaging' the military Kirsten Dorman Aug. 28, 2023