Ridgefield's HamletHub Team
Kerry Anne Ducey ~ Founder
KERRY ANNE DUCEY founded Ridgefield’s Talk of the Town in 2009, a small blog that showcased local happenings and stories in Ridgefield, CT. In 2011, Kerry Anne decided to share the popular and successful "Talk Of The Town" online news model with other towns and founded HamletHub LLC, a network of hyperlocal news sites. Talented editors presently manage HamletHub sites in CT and Westchester, NY.
From 2012 through 2019, HamletHub has earned prestigious Connecticut Press Club Awards for original journalism and storytelling on the Web.
Terri Woods Garlick ~ Editor
TERRI GARLICK is the Ridgefield HamletHub Editor. Terri, who helped to launch HamletHub, is a passionate writer, sharp editor, and active community volunteer. Terri's work on HamletHub covers the spectrum, from food to fashion and from business to pleasure. Terri writes about what makes life in our town most unique. In addition to being town editor, Terri is a social media guru and lends her talents to helping local companies develop a brand and presence online.
Cynthia Digiacomo ~ HamletHub designer
CYNTHIA has designed for top executives and creative professionals in New York such as Tommy Hilfiger of Tommy Hilfiger, Inc., Reed Krakoff Inc, Paulette Cole of ABC Carpet & Home, and Glenn Lajeski of MCA Records. In 1995, while living on the Upper West Side, she opened her first C Design office in Union Square. Cynthia’s visual literacy is deepened by her travels through Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and Australia which are reflected in her design acuity, intuition and detail. In 2000, she moved with her husband, two children and yellow lab along with her business to Ridgefield, Connecticut. Cynthia’s work has been published in Print Magazine, Self & Elle Magazines, Shopping Bag Design Book One, Shopping Bag Design Book Two and Design Basics Book.
Kristen Jensen ~ HamletHub photographer
Dee Strilowich ~ Welcoming newcomers to Ridgefield and to HamletHub
Allison Stockel ~ Arts and Entertainment
ALLISON STOCKEL is the Executive Director of The Ridgefield Playhouse where she books and produces more than 110 shows a year with acts such as Gregg Allman, Clint Black, Charlie Daniels, Blue Oyster Cult, Blues Traveler and many more. Before she moved to Ridgefield, she worked as a Television producer for more than 17 years, producing entertainment news programs for networks such as CNN, MTV, VH1, Time Warner, Lifetime, The Food Network and ABC Sports- interviewing everyone from Pavarotti and Barbara Streisand to The Rolling Stones and The Who. She also ran her own production company where she did a behind the scenes documentary on the making of music videos, which included being on the set of videos for Bon Jovi, Kiss, and Genesis. She is a big supporter of many not for profits in the town and has been featured in many local news stories and magazines.