Jeff Stoecker is a news anchor and member of the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters.
He came to NBC Connecticut in 2009 after spending more than four years as a reporter with the ABC affiliate in Albany, N.Y. While in Albany, he covered the capitol in a town where politics is everyone’s business.
Jeff's biggest stories included Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal and the corruption scandal that led to State Comptroller Alan Hevesi stepping down from office.
Jeff also worked at the CBS affiliate in Cheyenne, Wyo., where he spent two years enjoying life in the Rocky Mountains.
As an NBC Connecticut Troubleshooter, he hopes to find stories that ultimately create positive change for individuals and institutions.
Jeff graduated from LeMoyne College in Syracuse, N.Y. He grew up outside of Syracuse in a small town called Cazenovia.
When not at work, Jeff likes to run and mountain bike and participates in triathlons (true weekend warrior).